- What Are Common Causes of .FDB Files Lost or Failure?
- How to recover lost .FDB files?
- Programs to recover .FDB files
- How to open file with .FDB extension?
There are several common causes of ".FDB" (Firebird Database) files lost or failure, including:
- Accidental deletion: Users may accidentally delete the ".FDB" file while trying to clean up their computer or storage devices.
- Hardware failure: Issues with the hard drive, such as bad sectors or physical damage, can lead to the loss or corruption of ".FDB" files.
- Software corruption: Errors or bugs in the software or application used to manage the ".FDB" files can cause them to become corrupted or inaccessible.
- Virus or malware attacks: Malicious software can infect and damage ".FDB" files, making them unreadable or causing them to be deleted.
- Power outages or system crashes: Unexpected power outages or system crashes while the ".FDB" file is being accessed or modified can result in file corruption or loss.
- Improper shutdown: Closing the application or system abruptly without properly closing the ".FDB" file can lead to file corruption.
- File system errors: Errors within the file system, such as file system corruption or disk errors, can cause ".FDB" files to become inaccessible or lost.
- Human error: Mistakes made by users, such as accidental formatting of the storage device or improper handling of the ".FDB" files, can result in their loss.
It is important to regularly back up ".FDB" files to prevent data loss and implement proper security measures to protect them from potential threats.
Sometimes while working with a computer, laptop or other stationary or mobile devices, you may encounter various bugs, freezes, hardware or software failures, even in spite of regular updates and junk cleaning. As a result, an important ".FDB" file may be deleted.
By no means should you think that the only way to recover a ".FDB" file is always to create it once more.
Use programs for recovering ".FDB" files if a file was lost after accidental or deliberate deleting, formatting the memory card or the internal storage, cleaning the storage device, after a virus attack or a system failure.
Looking for a way to get files back? In cases when files were deleted and they cannot be restored by using standard operating system tools, use Hetman Partition Recovery.
Follow the directions below:
Download Hetman Partition Recovery, install and start the program.
The program will automatically scan the computer and display all hard disks and removable drives connected to it, as well as physical and local disks.
Double-click on the disk from which you need to recover ".FDB" files, and select analysis type.
When the scanning is over, you will be shown the files for recovery.
To find a file you need, use the program’s interface to open the folder it was deleted from, or go to the folder "Content-Aware Analysis" and select the required file type.
Select the files you have been looking for and click "Recovery".
Choose one of the methods for saving the files and recover them.
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