"Records(s) cannnot be read; no read permission on 'MSysAccessObjects'"

I'm trying to open a database I've created years ago, and now I can not open it, and I get this error.

The database is shared on a peer-to-peer network.


"Records(s) cannnot be read; no read permission on 'MSysAccessObjects'"

Chuck
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LenaWoodCommented:
Was it password protected before?  Did you try importing the objects from a blank database?

Lena
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ZenMasterrrCommented:
from cmd prompt try........
c:\yourpath\yourdbname.mdb /repair

Zen :))
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chuckiqlAuthor Commented:
Yes it was password protect before, but a long time ago.
I have tried to import still get same error.

Chuck
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LenaWoodCommented:
Sounds like you need to remember your password to get into it.  Maybe one of the gurus here has a different solution.

Sorry,
Lena
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chuckiqlAuthor Commented:
I have been using it for years, and now this pops up I thought I disabled the password.

I don't know thanks for your help.
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SimonLarsenCommented:
Are you joined to the same security file (probably the mdw) as you used to use?
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chuckiqlAuthor Commented:
I'm sure I am we have been using this file, up until Thursday of last week we have been getting alot of power surges.
Then Thursday of last week this database was no longer accessable.
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SimonLarsenCommented:
Have you tried importing the data nad forms and so on into a new access db?
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chuckiqlAuthor Commented:
Yes it gave me the same error.
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SimonLarsenCommented:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Q_20371810.html

seems to indicate similar to zenmasterr with an added flag.

Otherwise this may ahve a hint:

http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/corruptmdbs.htm
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