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Exactly the same happened to me, I tried the following query and it worked: USE mysql; CHECK TABLE db; If it returns db is corrupt, then repair it using REPAIR TABLE db; CHECK TABLE db; You should get status as OK.
You could try to change the Compatibility Level of the database to 100 (for SQL Server 2008/R2 default) that may support ACT. Changing compatibility only gives you partial backward compatibility though, but it should work for majority of the times. To change the compatibility level, go to the properties of the database and then "Options"
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