You have to fix it manually as the problem is that there is two entries in the RDRR for the same table.
It is caused by the Status Table update fighting.
The last version of 8.5 i.e. 126.96.36.19964 has a fix that will prevent it from happening/happening again after its fixed but the fix has to be done in hexedit.
The problem table is normally DQL Info. i.e $DeStat_DQLInfo$
he term fix is to simply patch the RDRR manually which might sound daunting, but in reality it is quite straight forward. Just make sure you have a full copy of the RDRR before you start.
1. Download HexEdit from http://www.hexedit.com/ if you don't already have it.
2. Open RDRRxAAA:DBM where X is the Database letter for your app (I Know you know, but I write this for others to enjoy too ;-)
3. Search for the table name in Question, you will most likely get many hits so might be smart to search from the bottom.
4. Two positions in front of the Table Name is the Status DWORD. If the table is deleted it will be 0F and if it is Active it will be 0E
When you have the problem you are describing you will find two occurrences of the table name with 0E in front of it. What you need to do is to change the 0E into a 0F on the LAST one of them i.e. the one furthest down the list (If you search from the bottom it will be the first one!).
If you want to check if it is the right one simply try to locate the file that is referenced just below the name in the RDRR here COPYAAAC.TDF, just ignore the .DBM as all the table files will have the same name with different extensions.
Make sure you don't insert or change the length of the file as this will corrupt it, you need to OVERWRITE!
Save the RDRR and test it.