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    Posted: 14 Nov 2017 at 5:09am
SQL Database Recovery Software components can easily be recovered, like Views, Indexes, Stored Procedures, Triggers, Tables, User Defined Functions, Rules and even more. The software recovers XML data and indexes, sparse columns, column property and file stream as well.This software fixed almost all corruption and error you can fix several errors relating to SQL Database corruption, like Clustered Index Leaf Level, suspected database, schema corruption and Consistency Corruption.


* Work with QFSCI algorithm
* Recover data in script form
* Software work with QFSCI algorithm
* Performs effective and perfect SQL database recovery
* Restore lost data on server while running SQL Server
* Repairs both the MS SQL – MDF and NDF database file objects
* Supports XML data types and XML indexes

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Use SQL Database Recovery utility is designed to recover corrupt .MDF & .NDF Data. But it performs several other functions. SQL database MDF files can be corrupted due to several reasons, like virus attacks, software malfunction, and hardware problems. It can successfully restore tables, triggers, indexes, keys, constraints, rules, and defaults from corrupt SQL database, and save them into a new database file. Also, it allows users to save recovered data in the form of SQL scripts. I hope the shared information would be helpful here.

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