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How to Open a Access97 database with password-protected

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I have forgot password of a Access97 database, How can
I open it?
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Question by:zhukeqin
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by:Sendoh
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Hi !
How big is your db file ??
Could you send it to me. I tried to unlock it for you.
My e-mail add :
            kokang@hotmail.com
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you could write a password search program..if you have some idea what the password was like(number of chars, only letters etc..) that could cut down the time to find it.

ie. if you can work out the possible ranges eg. between 4 and 6 char and only letters and numbers with the first 2 being "Ab". then it shouldn't take too long to find the password.

I have never written something like this before...but I^ll give it a wurl if you can give enough basic details about the password.

Otherwise you might look on some hackers web pages for some programs to crack your password.  
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by:rwallis1
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check out www.easytools.com
Will "reveal" password, unlock database or lock database, I believe that it costs about $25 US.
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The answer is good,  and I Look forward a easy and free method.
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