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Answered by VictorPraigs : Mar 01 2014 09:25 AM
Backup your table (just copy your table files to somewhere else). Than execute "repair table yourtablename". Mostly table corruptions are on index files and easyly recoverable. Unexpected sh... full answer >
By using the famous Eseutil utility, it is possible to fix page and ESE level issues to the database, be it user mailboxes or public folders. Nevertheless, this utility cannot correct problems at appl...
Answered by Porter James : Feb 13 2014 12:37 PM
Recovery Toolbox for SQL Server has a great number of functions that can be effectively applied to retrieve data from databases in the MS SQL Server format Download link: http://www.sql.recoverytoolbo... full answer >
Answered by frankcleverley : Feb 07 2014 08:37 AM
DBF Repair Toolbox perfectly correct files. Dbf all versions and created in different programs, not only Visual Foxpro.
Source: http://www.dbf.repairtoolbox.com/ full answer >
Comparative to its previous editions, Exchange Server® 2010 database has become stable but still it can become corrupt if not managed properly. If the mailbox data becomes inaccessible due to corrupt...
For a Relational Database Management System within organization, users are facilitated with SQL Server by the computing giant-Microsoft. What makes this Server based application different from others ...