You know how Microsoft Access has been engineered to lack the ability to open Access .mdb files? Brain dead idea by the team. Even if they want to deprecate .mdb files and move onward, you want to be able to open or transfer legacy files from wherever or whomever you got them. That's your user owned and invested data, not some arbitrary decision to be made by the database vendor. Now, if your organisation has moved on to Office 2013 and abandoned Office 2010, you will have to beg, steal or borrow a machine that can open and convert .mdb files.
It's a really silly situation. Because nobody told the Visual Studio 2013 / .NET framework 4.51 team to abandon this Access '97 .mdb file format as a data source.