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Posted - 02/11/2015 :  05:30:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The platform writes that can't open dhXXXX.dbf.
What to do? Whether there are utilities where it is possible to bring into accord heading of the dbf-file and directly its contents manually? Where there is a good description of the structure .dbf?

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Posted - 02/11/2015 :  09:01:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
1 Delete the indexes.
2. To determine to which document (its cap) belongs to this file.
3. Try to look for this file in the archives
4. DBF Viewer Tool will help view and edit the contents .dbf file.
5. At a forum you can look at information on your problem

Edited by - peter.pierce on 02/11/2015 09:06:48
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Posted - 02/16/2016 :  02:56:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If your DBF file is corrupt, you should try a third-party professional software that can help you repair the database. But first you should try its free demo or trial version. Demo version of the software helps you check the preview of recovered data. If you are satisfied with the result, then you can purchase the licensed version. I can recommend you download free demo version of DBF Recovery software that supports DBF files created in Microsoft Visual FoxPro and various other database programs.

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Thanks and best regards.
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