Software Prerequisite

  • Platinum Class Processor
  • Minimum Memory: 512MB RAM (1GB Recommended)
  • Disk Space: Enough space to store the merged output
  • High-speed internet connection
  • SQL Database Server Needs to be Installed to restore.

User Interface

After running the software, you will find the below-mentioned image:

User Interface

Software Working

Download and Install the SysInfo SQL Database Recovery Tool

  • Step 1: Start the SysInfo SQL Database Recovery Tool as an administrator on your computer.
    Step 1
  • Step 2: Click on the Open button to browse the SQL database files.
    Step 2
  • Step 3: We can add the MS SQL database files (MDF & NDF) in the utility wizard.
    Step 3
  • Step 4: Select the recovery mode from the drop-down list, either Standard or Advanced
    Step 4
  • Step 5:You can also manage your deleted records, or there is also an option to preview the advanced deleted documents.
    Step 5
  • Step 6: Select the Collation option: Auto-Detect or Manual.
    Step 6
  • Step 7: After that allocate the directory path for the log file. ClickOk to start scanning
    Step 7
  • Step 8: The software displays you a pop-up: Scanning process completed, click Ok.
    Step 8
  • Step 9: A tree structure gets loaded on the software wizard at the left panel. Here select the folders you want to restore. You can also preview specific table details.
    Step 9
  • Step 10: Click on the Save SQL Data button to initiate the restoring process.
    Step 10
  • Step 11: The opening tab contains two options to save MS SQL data: SQL Server Database or SQL Server Compatible SQL Scripts.
    Step 11

Steps to Restore Recoverable Data into SQL Server Database

  • Step 12: The software offers you two different options: Windows Authentication and Server Authentication.
    Step 12
  • Step 13: First, we go for Windows Authentication Here, you have to enter the Server Name and Database Name. Or, you can also save it in the existing database.
    Step 13
  • Step 14: Please enable some other advanced features if required:
    • Export with schema and data:- It allows users to restore recoverable data, including schema.
    • Export with only schema:- You also have a feature to restore only schema from the chosen folders.
    • Save maximum length of column:- It helps users download the column's full size if possible.
    • Save Username with table name:- Also, it offers you an option to download Username with table-name.
    • Test Database connections:- Click on this button to check the Database connections as it is working or not.

    Step 14
  • Step 15: You will find a pop-up displaying Database Connection established successfully. Click Ok.
    Step 15
  • Step 16: Finally, the saving process gets completed.
    Step 16
  • Step 17: Secondly, we go for Server Authentication. Here, you have to enter the following details: User Name, Password, Server Name, and Database name. Or, you can also save it in the existing database.
    Step 17
  • Step 18: Click on the Test Database Connection to establish the proper connection with the server. Click Ok to start the restoring process.
    Step 18
  • Step 19: Lastly, the saving process gets completed.
    Step 19

Steps to Restore Data as SQL Server Compatible SQL Scripts

Follow the steps from 1 to 11, and then go along with the below-described steps to Restore recoverable Data as SQL Server Compatible SQL Scripts:

  • Step 12: Opt for the SQL Server Compatible SQL Script option and select the saving location for the output folder. Click OK to start the process.
    Step 12
  • Step 13: Finally, the SQL script has been completed for the selected database.
    Step 13

Frequently Asked Questions

Just go to the Software working section and perform the steps described.

Recovery is restoring a database or table space after a problem such as media or storage failure, power interruption, or application failure. If you have backed up your database previously or individual tablespaces, you can rebuild them should they become damaged or corrupted somehow.