Forums General How to deal with a corrupted SQL Server database? Are there any tools or methods

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  • Varun Pal

    I have done a lot of research on Google, and among all of them, I found the SysTools SQL Database Recovery Tool to be very good for corrupted SQL Server databases. It is capable enough to fix corrupted page issues in just a few clicks without any change in the original content. The tool helps to recover SQL database objects such as – tables, indexes, functions, values, keys, views, rules, triggers, stored procedures, and so on.

    Step-by-step procedure to solve this issue-

    1. Download and run the tool on your Windows computer.
    2. From the top left corner of the software, click on the Open button to upload your MDF file (Master
    database file).
    3. In the scan mode window, choose either Quick Scan or Advance Scan option to scan your MDF file.
    4. Then, check the box for the “recover deleted objects” option and select the SQL Server version
    manually or automatically.
    5. Once the scanning process is done, the software will preview the database objects.
    6. Finally, click on Export to repair the corrupted SQL Server database file.

    Read more – (https://www.systoolsgroup.com/sql-recovery.html)

    • This topic was modified 2 days, 18 hours ago by Varun Pal.
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