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database file( .mdf .ldf)

PalBodnar · · Posted in Tips and Tricks

Discussion: database file( .mdf .ldf)

I run SQL 2008 on a Windows 7 and I found that my database was marked as "suspect" by Enterprise Manager and its icon become gray. I detach that database and try to re-attach it but there is an error as the following: Error 3624: Location : page.cpp:2801 Expression: rowLength >= offset + deleteLenght SPID : 56 Precess ID:1612 After that, I uninstall the SQL and re-install new SQL and try to re-attach the database file again and there is still an error. Remark: I have all the database file (database.mdf and database.ldf). Is there anyway i can recover the data from that database? PS. I already notice that there's a MSSQLRecovery program. PS. I have the backup data but it's too old.

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