How to Restore Database in ACCPAC system /Pervasive SQL on corrupted Database

Find below steps for restore Database from your Backup in ACCPAC for any Database related error:

Part- 1

  1. Open PervasiveControlCenter
  2. Go to Tools
  3. Select ODBC Administrator
  4. Click System DNS
  5. Remove corrupted Database

 

Part-2

  1. Go to Pervasive Local Client
  2. Click Engine
  3. Select The Server where database added
  4. Remove corrupted Database

 

Part-3

  1. Open AccDat5.6 from Disk Drive
  2. Delete corrupted database
  3. Create New folder and rename same as corrupted database folder Name

 

Part-4

  1. Go to Sage ACCPAC Database Load
  2. Load Data in to new folder from Backup Database

 

Part-5

  1. Go to Sage ACCPAC Database Setup
  2. Click the New Created Database
  3. Click Edit
  4. Click OK

 

Then run ACCPAC without any error

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UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME XP

UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME – Blue Screen Error

1.) Start your computer with the Windows CD-ROM if your computer can start from the CD-ROM drive.
2.) When the Welcome to Setup screen appears, press R to select the “Repair with Recovery Console” option.
3.) Select the Windows installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
4.) Type the administrator password when you are prompted to do so. NOTE: If no administrator password exists, just press ENTER.
5.) At the command prompt, on the drive where Windows is installed, type CHKDSK /P, and then press ENTER. Your hard drive is then scanned for File System errors. This process shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes.
6.) At the command prompt, type FIXMBR, and choose YES to all the scary warnings that you see regarding rebuilding the MASTER BOOT RECORD.
7.) At the command prompt, type EXIT, and then press ENTER to restart your computer.
8.) When the system reboots, choose “Go to windows”
9.) If the Windows Advanced Startup Menu appears, choose NORMAL MODE.
10.) Remove the Operating System CD.
11.) When you reach the desktop you can be assured that your issue is resolved.

*****Make Sure That your Drive Shows unallocated before you run FIXMBR******

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