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How to repair a 'Suspect' MS SQL (200 database

By jurrengeerhof ·
Hi,

My database has gone offline, it is highlighted as 'Suspect'.

I haven't a recent back up of my database.

Is there a way of quickly restoring the database?

Thank you!

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Download SQL Database Recovery Software

by Merrillc.solis In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

Use SQL database recovery software because this tool is a relevant solution to recover damaged SQL MDF & NDF file and doesn’t make any kind of changes to SQL database, while repairing them it also recover all components like tables, functions, stored procedures, views, constraints, triggers and more.

Read more: http://www.pcrecoverytools.com/sql-database-recovery.html

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If you need to manually restore an SQL Database in Management Studio

by wiktor.lissowski In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

you can follow the instructions below for the version of SQL Server running on your server.

SQL:

1. Log onto SQL Server Management Studio.
2. Navigate to the database you wish to restore.
3. Right Click > Tasks > Restore > Database.
4. Once on the General tab set the source to Device > Select Backup Device > Add > Navigate to the .bak file you're restoring to.
5. Ensure The Destination Database is the correct one.
6. Select the Options tab.
7. Check "Overwrite the existing database (WITH REPLACE)" and "Close existing connections to destination database".
8. Uncheck "Take tail-log backup before restore".
9. Click OK.

Apply third party software solution SQL Server Repair Toolbox

Visit following page for more useful info:-

http://www.sqlserver.repairtoolbox.com/

More info you would find out on

http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/sql-server/1492-sql-database-corruption-on-sql-2014

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Repair a 'Suspect' MS SQL (200 database

by Jamesmith In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

Hi,

If your facing issue to repair SQL Suspect 2008 database then you can resolve issue by the help of tips which are mention in the post, have a look in brief what is the real problem in your database & free tips to solve for the same
http://blog.systoolsgroup.com/sql-suspect-database-recovery.html

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sql database repair software

by kimsharma615 In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

Use Kernel for SQL Database Recovery Software and solve all types of database issues in few steps. Software support multiple MDF file and full support to recover triggers, keys, indexes and stored procedures. Software is supported by all SQL Server version.
Get more ideas and download free trial version from - http://www.sqlrepair.org/

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SQL Database Repair

by Michaeleesparza In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

It can easily repair and restore MDF file with its element tables, triggers, views, store procedure, XML data types & user define data without facing any problem. This is great software to repair data of corrupted SQL MDF file of the SQL Server database. The software recovers SQL Server 2012, 2008 / 2008 R2, 2005 and 2000 database files.

To download:- http://www.filesrecoverytool.com/sql-database-repair.html

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Try to use SQL Recovery Tool

by millergibbs In reply to How to repair a 'Suspect' ...

For a quick and easy solution to fix damaged MDF files of SQL database, you can also try to use RecoveryFix for SQL Database. It is very advanced and reliable software that efficiently repairs and recovers badly damaged or corrupt MDF files of SQL database within seconds. You can get more details about this tool from here http://www.mdf.repairsqlserver.net
or
http://www.en.repairsqlserver.net/

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