How to repair .mdf file in SQL Server?
SQL Server Repair Toolbox is efficient remedy against the corruption of MS SQL databases and it knows very well how to repair .MDF file in SQL.
This software is exactly what you need to repair MDF database file and it offers many useful features like:
- repairs data types, views, procedures, tables, keys, indexes and other objects;
- supports any version of MS Windows, i.e. 98/…/10 and MS SQL Server;
- friendly interface of data recovery, intelligent selection of output streams;
- installed on any PC computer, connected to the MS SQL Server.
MS SQL database Repair utility download
Owing to the small size of MS SQL database repair utility download this program can be got immediately therefore there is a chance to avoid the losing of time and trigger the analysis and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 repair database as soon as the damage occurs.
Check the following, if you are curious about how to repair SQL database file:
- start the process of MS SQL 2005 repair database as soon as it is installed;
- enter the path to corrupted database in MS SQL Server format;
- trigger the processing of selected MDF file;
- wait until it is completed and preview the results.
Requirements: SQL Server Repair Toolbox is not freeware. Unlike open source programs, the users of SQL Server restoration application are provided with full support so they may consult its software team development and get all answers in time. SQL Server Repair Toolbox do not distributed under MPL or other GNU License.
System requirements: Windows 98 and above
Select a corrupted database in MS SQL Server format to repair data from
Preview the data, that can be retrieved from corrupted files with *.mdf extension
Choose the method of data exporting
Preview data export reports
Microsoft SQL Server database repair tool helps to fix many errors in SQL Server databases, for example:
- Corruption on data pages
- Metadata corruption Error
- SQL Server Page Level Corruption
- SQL Server Table Corruption Error
- Database consistency errors reported by DBCC CHECKB
- The header for file xxx.mdf is not a valid database file header.
- File Appears To Have Been Truncated By The Operating System.
- The FILE SIZE property is incorrect. (Micosoft SQL Server, Error:5172)
- The Index Allocation Map (IAM) Page is Pointed to by the Next Pointer of IAM Page.
- I/O error (bad page ID) detected during read at offset 0x###### in file FileName.mdf.
- During Redoing Of A Logged Operation In Database DatabaseName, An Error Occurred At Log Record Id.
- Sql Server Detected A Logical Consistency-Based I/O Error: Incorrect Checksum. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error:824)