How to Recover Corrupt SQL Database Using SysInfo MS SQL Database Recovery
Launch SysInfo MS SQL Database Recovery (Updated version v8.10), after you have successfully installed in on your system. Select the Open Button to embed the corrupted SQL Server file.
You will see a popup window appear with certain setting options. Click on the browse button and select the corrupted MDF file.
After you have added file location, select the recovery mode to start the recovery process on the corrupted file. Choose the other options according to your requirement and click OK to proceed.
After the scanning process is completed, click ok to see the every table or records and save the recovered SQL data.
In this particular image you can preview your every Records, Tables, Views, Function, and etc that was created within your damaged SQL Database. Select any particular records or section to save it.
The software provides you two saving options; first SQL Server Database on the basis of your authentication options; second save your SQL Server data as Compatible Script form. Browse to give ita destination path.
Select folder or a destination path to save the recovered SQL Data.
Conform it when the saving of your file is done.
Complete Software Documentation
|Open: Allow you to browse the file to recover|
|Stop:Allow you to stop the current running process|
|Save SQL Data: Allow you to save the recovered SQL data.|
|Save CSV Data: Allow you to save SQL data as CSV format.|
|Save Snapshot: Allow you to save the scanning process as a image format.|
|Load Snapshot: Allow you to load previously saved snapshots.|
|Help: It would provide the steps to how to use the software.|
|About: This will provide you all the information about this software.|
Minimum System Requirement
What's New in this Version?
- Improved and Easy User Interface.
- Support MS Outlook 2016 and its older versions.
- Separate Exe for 32 bit and 64 bit Outlook versions.
- Comparatively light weighted software that scan and recover corrupted data very fast.
- Multiple options to save recovered PST files into PST, MSG, MBOX, DBX, and EML.