Gothenburg, Sweden, June 30, 2012– Recently, the company has revealed few relevant and genuine tips for the users, who want to open corrupt SQL Server database. These tips are coming into attention of users and many users, who have adopted them for resolving their query how to repair MDF file, are getting sorted as well.
Number one tip among these tips explains about taking the right action at that stage. The SQL Server users should not detach or reattach SQL database, they should not carry out backup and restoring process and they should not restart SQL Server or reboot SQL Server machine because if there is corruption in SQL Server database then, it’s not going to go away by doing all this.
Second tip explains about running the integrity check command because this command helps in verifying the type of corruption and choosing the relevant method to recover corrupt MDF file. At times of large sized databases, this integrity check command can take longer time than usual time in completion but, it is always recommended to run this command till last because a proper strategy cannot be created without knowing the root of corruption.
Fourth tip explains about using the DBCC CHECKDB Repair command to Open Corrupt SQL Server Database after corruption, if there is normal corruption then, this Repair command will work properly but, if there is extreme corruption in SQL Server database like metadata corruption, system table corruption, etc then, this command might not work properly and the users can get the requirement to use a third party SQL Recovery software to open MS SQL database after extreme corruption situations.
Joseph Cain Head of Support Department said, “Many users ask us, how to open SQL Server database after metadata corruption, how to open corrupt SQL database after system table corruption, how to open SQL database after damage in allocation pages, etc so, we revealed fully genuine tips for all the users who want to open corrupt SQL Server database after extreme corruption situations. Tips are related to our SQL Server Database Recovery software. http://www.fixsql.org/repair-corrupt-mssql-database.html