Unexpected Project Corruption in Access Database
Sometimes when you open an Access database, Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) projects does not load and show the following error:
Unexpected project corruption in Access database
The reason behind occurrence of this issue can be the exceeding size of the project stream. When load process to load Visual basic application for project is executed, VBA reads the “Project” stream to check available modules. The entire process of reading complete stream into memory is performed in one operation and if it finds the project stream exceeding the particular size the load process stops. The above mentioned error occurs after the load process stops.
To resolve this issue, you will need to obtain the latest service pack of Microsoft Office 2000. This service pack provides the latest updates to Office 2000. It contains security enhancements and improvements and includes fixes that help you to resolve this issue.
If in any situation you Access database file get corrupt or damaged, you can deal with the situation using Access Recovery software. Kernel for Access Recovery, efficient Access file recovery software helps you to repair and recover all available data from the corrupt repair MDB files.