Windows System Utilities File & Disk Management Resolve SQL Database Corruptions

Resolve SQL Database Corruptions

Resolve SQL database corruptions as well as repair damaged MDF files conveniently with MDF recovery tool. The tool maintains the integrity of all the MDF file components while recovering the files.

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Resolve SQL Database Corruptions 13.05.01

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OS Support: Win98, Win2000, Win7 x64, WinXP, WinServer, WinVista, Win7 x32, Win7 x32

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Version 13.05.01

Size 3.09Mb

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License: Shareware

Price: 299 USD (Buy Now)

Date added: 16 Nov 2016

Last Update: 16 Nov 2016

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Publisher's description
SQL database recovery tool comprehensively executes MDF file recovery instantaneously to resolve SQL database corruptions It enables user to resume SQL Server functions swiftly. This SQL recovery tool is entrenched with progressed QFSCI algorithm. It offers following features in its latest version:
* Develop backup of reinstated MDF files in script form
* Recovers intentionally and unintentionally removed SQL database objects
* Traces SQL Server version automatically to commence perfect recovery procedure
* Provides preview option to verify the recovered SQL database files
* Offers SQL Server Mode to save repaired MDF files on SQL Server directly
* Avails Batch file mode to restore recovered files as new files
* Preserves the structural format of MDF file components upon recovery
* Resolves SQL database corruptions of SQL Server version 2014 and earlier versions
* Compatible with entire editions of Windows OS
The SQL recovery tool can be employed as free version, that helps user in recovering corrupt and damaged SQL database files but does not allows restoring them in desired mode. For restoring the required files on desired location in desired mode, installation of licensed version is required. Get complete information about software’s working here: database.sqlrepair.org.

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