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SQL Database Recovery

Repair corrupt or damaged SQL database files (MDF and NDF) and restore entire database items. The software also allows you to preview the recovered database objects to ensure data integrity across all SQL Server versions.

Note: Recoveryfix is a sub-brand of KernelApps.

Salient features of

Recoveryfix for SQL Database Recovery

Explore the prominent features of SQL Database Recovery tool that will help you to recover the corrupt and inaccessible

Fix all corruption issues

Fix all corruption issues

Repair all kinds of corruption issues in the SQL databases. The SQL Database Recovery software helps to recover accidentally deleted items and inaccessible files with ease.

Recover all SQL Database objects

Recover all SQL Database objects

Embedded with innovative algorithms for meticulous recovery of all SQL database objects. The software recovers objects, including tables, views, stored procedures, indexes, rules, and user-defined data types.

Dual scanning modes

Dual scanning modes

Utilize the software’s dual scanning modes, including Standard Scan for quick recovery of minor corrupted database files and Advanced Scan to identify and recover severely corrupted database files.

Preview recovered data

Preview recovered data

Facilitate the preview option to view all recovered SQL Database items in a tree-like structure. Users can select any table from the database to get a detailed view of its components.

Select database version

Select database version

Support all versions of SQL Server, including SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, etc. Users can select the SQL Server version and then proceed to the recovery of the corrupted or damaged SQL Database Server.

Dual saving modes

Dual saving modes

Use the software’s dual saving mode to save the recovered SQL database files while maintaining its data integrity and saving in the original hierarchy. Users can save recovered data to SQL Server or local computer accordingly.

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Free trial version

Start with the trial version first to see how this tool helps in recovering your corrupt SQL database.

Software features Trial Version Full Version
Deep scan of corrupt MDF and NDF files
Recover all SQL database components
Preview all recovered items
Data recovery from large SQL databases
Select database version
Save the entire recovered data
Batch file saving
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Frequently asked questions

SQL Database Recovery

Find out frequently asked questions to get answers to all your queries and concerns for seamless recovery of SQL Server Database.

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Follow the simple steps given below and recover the corrupted SQL database file:

  1. Click on the Browse button, select the corrupted SQL file, and click on Recover.
  2. Preview the files you want to proceed with.
  3. Select the folders from the list you want to save and click Next.
  4. Either fill in the live SQL Server instances credentials or provide a destination to your folder to save the recovered data as a batch file.
  5. Click on Save to proceed. Wait until the process ends.
  6. A final report will be generated providing the status of your saved files.
  7. Click OK and then Finish to proceed.

Yes. This software can recover data from MS SQL Server 2008 R2. It also supports other versions of MS SQL Server, including 2000, 2005, and 2008.

No, the tool doesn’t make any changes to the original files after data recovery. The smart algorithms of the tool retain the configuration and properties of SQL database objects even after recovery.

Yes. The software allows saving the recovered data directly on a live SQL Server. When you’re saving the recovered data, select the Server Mode option and provide server details. The software will save the recovered data at the specified server.

The trial version and full version have the same set of features except one. The trial version of the software does not save the recovered data. You will need the licensed or full version of the software to save the entire recovered data.

Users can save the recovered data as a script in a batch file at the desired location. This file has a commit.bat file, which allows you to transfer the SQL data to the server easily.

We suggest you perform the recovery operation on the saved copy of your SQL Server database rather than performing it on the original file. It helps you prevent the original data file from any accidental damage during the recovery. This is because if any error occurs, the database might corrupt or get damaged in the process.

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