Caution: The database has become corrupted. This occurs if the database file is changed by another program or if a device driver does not function file
must correct this error before you can continue. Do not use any disk utilities on the database.Check the database. On the File menu, click Database, click Test, and then click Maximum. If you get the same error, you should:1. Back up the database by copying the database file or files to another location.2. Use the built-in functionality to make a backup.3. If this works, create a new database without deleting the database that contains the error or errors.Restore the backup that you made with the built-in backup functionality into the new database. To test it, on the File menu, click Database, click Test, and then click file
this procedure does not work, then any database changes that were made after the most recent backup will be lost. Restore the most recent backup that was made with the built-in backup functionality and test it.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation
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