When Exchange Server reads a database page from an Exchange store file (priv.edb), it may find that page to be either uninitialized or empty. This could be caused by an issue inside of Exchange, such as incorrect links or pointers between database pages. Generally, this problem is related to corruption in the underlying file system or incorrect mapping of pages into the database file. In such cases, the page number field on the requested page that was expected to be in use is always ‘0x00000000’. This further result in -1018, and -1019 errors (JET_errPageNotInitialized) with Event 476 being logged to the application log file of Event Viewer.
‘Event ID: 476
() The database page read from the file "" at offset for bytes failed verification because it contains no page data. The read operation will fail with error . …..’
The requested page is also very likely to fail its checksum test. To deal with such situations, you need to identify the damaged page, the probability of a successful repair, and the root cause of the problem. You can work around this issue by following any of the given methods:
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