How to Recover LDF File using SysInfo SQL Transaction Log Recovery


Launch the SysInfo SQL Transaction Log Recovery software and click on browse to add LDF and MDF file respectively.

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Once the scanning process gets done. You can see your recovered data in the preview pane of the software. Now select log files you want to save and click on Save.

Scan & Formatted Scan

you can choose either of two options i.e. Save in SQL Server Database or Save as SQL Script.

  • Under Save in SQL Server Database option, either select Windows Authentication or SQL Server Authentication to save the log file directly to SQL Server Database.
  • Choose Save as SQL Script option and browse for the location to save recovered log files.
Scan & Formatted Scan

Once the saving process gets completed, you will get a dialogue box showing the successful message. And finally, close the application.

Scan & Formatted Scan

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Minimum System Requirement
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  • Pentium Class Processor
  • Minimum 1GB (2 GB recommended)
  • 50 MB Software installation
  • Disk Space - Enough space to store the recovered output
  • Supported SQL versions: SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016, & 2017
What's New in this Version?
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  • Capable to recover both LDF & MDF log files
  • Thorough recovery of transaction queries such as Insert, Delete, & Update
  • Ease-to-use interface
  • Supports entire SQL Server versions and Windows OS
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