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My database .mdf file got corrupted

By mjozekh ·
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My database .mdf file got corrupted and I have no means to get my schema s.I tried with a few soft wares available on the internet but its turns out that all of them being demo versions don't give back the repaired file.Is there any other means by which I can restore my db? I am using MS SQL 2008

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If you are facing any difficulty with project server after fully server cra

by sauthmikaela In reply to My database .mdf file got ...

If you are facing any difficulty with project server after fully server crash, drive failures, fault in saved database, accidental file deletion, etc, then you can take help SQL Server Repair Toolbox of this http://www.sqlrepair.sqlserverrepairtoolbox.com/ tool can efficiently deal with all corruption issues and further restore entire project information, like project resources, task schedule, tasks, custom fields, etc from different project workspaces.

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Stellar Phoenix SQL Database Repair

by Mohammad Oweis In reply to My database .mdf file got ...

I had a similar issue and used Stellar Phoenix SQL Database Repair to recover a 3GB SQL database.
I wrote an article with a nice tutorial, on how to use it and recover your database.

http://www.itprostuff.com/articles/repair-mdf-sql-database.html

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Resolve from here

by ljburrows471 In reply to My database .mdf file got ...

I believe this question is similar to this one: http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/questions/it-seems-our-sql-database-is-corrupted/

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Sql Database Recovery

by Andrewabrowns In reply to My database .mdf file got ...

Get SQL Database Recovery software which is designed to fix severely corrupted database files (MDF) of SQL Server. It thoroughly scans damaged MDF file within a click and displays all the recovered tables including objects such as views, triggers, etc.To read more about this software, you may visit this page: http://www.softmagnat.com/sql-database-recovery.html

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