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How to Recover Corrupt SQL Server Database?
Submitted by Dimeshwilliam
Posted Mar 04 2013 09:52 AM
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 is its enhanced productivity and availability that makes an organization manage work and database in a well-defined manner. Nevertheless, this application and its database are prone to corruption owning to which users come across database inaccessibility issues and to fix them, SQL repair tool is demanded by the administrator.
Reasons For SQL Server Database Corruption: Damage of SQL database can be caused due to various reasons. Some of them include system being shutdown accidently, changes in SQL account, human errors etc. When a user gets stuck into such troublesome situation, a recent and healthy backup plan can help to work around the problem. But if that is not available and the database is to be accessed urgently, then the only solution left is to trust SQL Server database recovery tool to fix corrupt MDF file and its components.
A Practical Scenario: Say you are MS SQL Server user and in an attempt to open the database, you failed and in addition received an error message that states "Server can't find the requested database table.", restricting you to access crucial database. This error message is likely to occur when SQL Server database is corrupt. To troubleshoot it, the most reliable idea is to take help from SQL repair tool that is built-up with the potential to recover damaged/inaccessible database by analyzing the exact cause of problem. Before moving on the permanent solution to fix MDF file database and components, let us have a view at what a user can do to save his data from being lost.
Resolution: in situations where the SQ database is not huge and complex, users can rebuild the database to handle the situation. But when there is contrasting circumstances, the intelligent decision to rely upon SQL repair tool only where chances of recovery failure and complications are less. Third party software is read only in nature and the plus point is they do not overwrite the database. But for getting expected results from the solution, it is important that a perfect software selection is done.
SQL Database Recovery Tool You Can Entrust: You can bank upon SQL Recovery software that is one of the expert recommended solutions for retrieving damaged SQL database. This SQL database repair tool is acclaimed for its ability to fix error messages and restore lost SQL database effectively.
Alternative solution by joelnertinger
Posted Apr 01 2014 11:18 AM
Using SQL Server Repair Toolbox, can easily perform corrupt SQL Server MDF file recovery process without any data loss. Get more information from this website: http://www.sqlserver...n-mdf-file.html
Also corrupted sql server database mdf files can be repaired, in the following manner:
1. First Shutdown SQL Server
2. Then move the current database file/rename(do not touch the .ldf)
3. After rename/move db, restart SQL Server
4. Create a new database with same name and log file and location also same
5. Stop SQL Server
Alternative solution by Ardolf Martin
Posted Apr 01 2014 11:44 PM
Few days ago, deleted my some SQL database then I used RecoveryFix for SQL recovery software. This software recover my all deleted data from SQL database. For more details you can download demo version: http://www.mdf.repairsqlserver.net/
For more information read this post: http://diskdatarecov...ing-sql-server/
Alternative solution by Jhon Carter
Posted Apr 02 2014 02:33 AM
I have great suggestion if you try, use SQL recovery tool to repair and recover MDF files from SQL server. The fully support with windows 8 and above version and save the file in same format. Try here: http://www.sqlrecovery.mdfrepair.org
Blog for more details: http://exchangerecov...m/hub/repairsql
Alternative solution by Gmrweb_15110
Posted Apr 07 2014 01:21 AM
1. Download and install MS SQL Server Management Studio Express for the version of the MS SQL database installed with the product.
Installation of Management Studio Express 2008 requires installation of the Microsoft Web Platform first, after which Management Studio Express 2008 will follow.
2. After installation, open the application from Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 > SQL Server Management Studio Express.
3. Log into the database using Windows Authentication
Alternative solution by joanboyd
Posted Apr 14 2014 03:28 AM
SQL database stores data in MDF format which sometimes may get corrupt due to Virus attack, invalid database file header, insufficient available space, corruption of media etc. In such situations the user can use the software SQL Recovery which can recovers the data from corrups MDF file. More information about this tool can be found at: http://www.pcrecover...e-recovery.html