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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-08-2016, 10:00 AM - Thread Starter
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My database in Visual FoxPro 9.0 wasn't opened and viewed an error: Database not opened. I applied some solutions to get back my database in solid state. Is there a method to restore dbf database?
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Has someone assists me? I don't know what to do with such error.
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My database in Visual FoxPro 9.0 wasn't opened and viewed an error: Database not opened. I applied some solutions to get back my database in solid state. Is there a method to restore dbf database?

One of the effective methods is below or as another more powerful solution might be https://www.restoretools.com/dbfrestore.html DBF Restore Toolbox, it was created for cases, when nothing can help.

Copy a valid memo file over the corrupt memo file to access the database again.

NOTE: The original memo field information will be lost unless the valid memo file was an exact backup of the corrupt file. All memo field backup files have an extension of .TBK.

The corrupt memo file will have an .FPT extension, such as OLD.FPT. In the following example, assume NEW.FPT is a valid memo file. To bypass the error message and access the database again, type the following command at the MS- DOS command prompt:

Copy new.fpt old.fpt
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