SQL Server Data Recovery

Last Post 20 May 2014 09:30 PM by Addision Philip. 7 Replies.
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Andrew Morton
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05 Jun 2012 03:29 AM
Reasons like server crashing, system software malfunction, hardware failure and virus infection can easily cause corruption in SQL Server database. When SQL database corrupts, vital data get lost and important business work stops. To handle such situation, database needs to be recovered by some special methods as manual recovery is not possible in severe database corruption issues. Kernel for SQL Database recovery software can help you in situations like these. It’s a commercial recovery utility that instantly resolves any sort of database corruption issue and recovers the data for further use. It lets the user reuse the database files by restoring them at desired location in the hard disk of the computer. For more info about recovery process visit: http://www.sqldatabaserepair.net/
chrstine12
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19 Jul 2012 09:15 AM
There are many causes which lead to corruption in Sql server databases. although there are some in built commands line tool which can help to repair corrupt database but in case of severe corruption, these tools do not work. Due to high intensity of corruption, users sometimes face serious data loss situations. Recently, I had fixed such corruption problem with the help of third party SQL Server Recovery software.
Sara
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31 Aug 2012 12:56 AM
Here I have also found an article that can also be helpful to you. but the real way to protect your data to be safe for ever is creating regular backups or nothing else.

<a href="www.mssqldatabaserepair.org">www.mssqldatabaserepair.org</a> 
Nik Stanton
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24 Sep 2012 12:52 PM
Make use of sql database recovery tool damaged .mdf files after using unstable software, hard drive fails, system errors.

Utility restores tables, procedures and etc. items.
jonmaxim
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22 Feb 2013 01:34 AM
There are a lot of third party SQL Server data recovery programs available in the market to repair and recover lost data from damaged sql database:

http://www.recoverfilesdata.com/sql-database-mdf-recovery.html
I would suggest to try trial version first if available !
Henry Desouzas
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11 Mar 2013 03:30 AM
Use professional SQL Server database recovery software which provides right solution for corrupted or damaged SQL database that can helps SQL users easily fix SQL Server database errors and repair SQL Server MDF file. Clicks on this article http://www.article.fixsqlserver.net/ to resolve SQL Server database issue.
j.parkash
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03 Apr 2013 03:23 AM
Use SQL Server Data Recovery software which is an efficient tool to recover corrupt SQL Server database and it doesn't require any technical skill for recovery process. Download this tool from here:

http://www.undeletepcfiles.com/sql-...-tool.html
Free to Try
Addision Philip
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20 May 2014 09:30 PM
Corruption in SQL server database can happen due to any uncertain like virus attack, power failure, hardware issue, OS malfunction, sudden system shutdown, so on. When a SQL server data file (.mdf) is corrupt then DBAs can try several methods to repair and recover data from it.

1. Run DBCC CHECKDB: It checks & reports all the error message in errorlog, if there is any problem with the database. Try to analyze & understand the error message logged in the errorlog. Re-run DBCC CHECKDB with the recommended minimum repair option to repair the file.

Detailed information about DBCC CHECKDB is available here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...76064.aspx

2. Restore from backup: If above command fails to fix the error message the try to restore the database from clean backup.

3. 3rd party tool: Try 3rd party SQL server database recovery program to recover data from corrupt mdf file. Most of the software have demo version that shows the preview of corrupt SQL server data file.

http://www.mssqldatabaserecovery.com/


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