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Could not find MysysDb - corrupt database

I have a clients whose database is an mdb with the shift key disabled.  It is not split, is only on one computer and they have had a power surge.  This has (I think) corrupted the database.  They had also not done a back up for a week and I would love to try and recover some of the data.  However I cannot decompile or import the files into a blank database - I just get the mysysdb message.  Any suggestions please.
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AnnetteDavid
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You can try these steps:

http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/corruption/retrievedata.htm

Although in many cases corruption you're reporting cannot be fixed. You may need to hire this out to a repair service:

www.everythingaccess.com
www.vb123.com

There are others out there, but these two seem to pop up everywhere.
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