Index Out Of Date

Can Somebody tell me how to repair a table that cannot ne opened, giving this error message.
essbbAsked:
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hansmtbankCommented:
Hi, essbb!

If I don't mistake this error occures when you use Paradox tables. I don't want to explane this error (you can read about it in the WEB, try to find it www.delphiexchange.com or other).
If you can't find TUtility component and tutility.dll send e-mail to
me hans@mtbank.ru.
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essbbAuthor Commented:
Thanks

Found TUtility on borland page. It was not very well documented. The borland site doesnt even seem to mention 'Index out of date'

You wouldn't happen to know how to check your version of the BDE? I know that I have 3.5 But I cannot find anything to say that. Is there a function in delphi?
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essbbAuthor Commented:
Thanks

Found TUtility on borland page. It was not very well documented. The borland site doesnt even seem to mention 'Index out of date'

You wouldn't happen to know how to check your version of the BDE? I know that I have 3.5 But I cannot find anything to say that. Is there a function in delphi?
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hansmtbankCommented:
Hi, essbb!

I didn't heard about of Delphi functions that repair Paradox tables. I found only TUtility component which may be 16- or
32-bit. And I have two versions of tutility.dll (16 and 32).
Go to the Delphi Super Page you will find they there.

Regards



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