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How to Recover SQL Database with Systools Sql Recovery

Data loss is a common problem for all the users in this digital era. Whether it is due to accidental deletion, corruption, ransomware attack, or any other reason, losing your valuable SQL database can be a nightmare. Fortunately, there is a reliable and effective solution to recover your SQL database from any kind of damage: Systools Sql Recovery

How to Recover SQL Database with Systools Sql Recovery

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Systools Sql Recovery is an advanced tool that helps to repair corrupt MDF and NDF SQL server database files. It has the potential to recover deleted records from database tables without losing a single bit of data. It also supports to recover data from Ransomware affected MDF files. In this article, we will show you how to use this software to recover your SQL database in simple steps.

Step 1: Download and Run Systools Sql Recovery

The first step is to download and install Systools Sql Recovery on your computer. You can get the free trial version from the official website of Systools Group. The trial version lets you scan and preview the recovered data, but you need to purchase the full version to export the data into SQL server database or as SQL server compatible scripts.

After installing the software, launch it and you will see the main interface as below:

Step 2: Select Auto-Detect SQL Server File Version

The next step is to select the corrupt MDF or NDF file that you want to recover. You can browse the file location or search for it in a specific drive or folder. Then, you need to select the Auto-Detect option to let the software detect the SQL server file version automatically. You can also manually select the file version if you know it.

Step 3: Recover SQL Server Database Objects

After selecting the file version, click on OK to start the scanning process. The software will scan the selected file and display all the recoverable database objects in a tree structure on the left pane. You can expand each object and preview its content on the right pane. The software can recover various objects such as tables, views, stored procedures, functions, triggers, rules, etc.

Step 4: Click on MS SQL Server Version and Collation Settings

The next step is to choose the export option according to your requirement. You can export the recovered data into an existing or new SQL server database or as SQL server compatible scripts. You can also export table records into CSV file format. To export into SQL server database, you need to click on MS SQL Server option and provide the server name, authentication mode, database name, and collation settings. You can also auto-fetch the SQL server name while exporting.

Step 5: Export Recovered Data into SQL Server Database

The final step is to select the desired items that you want to export and click on Export button. You can choose to export only schema or schema and data of each object. The software will start exporting the selected data into SQL server database and show you a progress report with details such as item name, item count, status, etc.



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