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Repair Corrupt MS SQL MDF File‎

Download SQL Database Recovery software which is designed to fix severely corrupted database files (MDF) of SQL Server.The software quickly recovers lost data, tables, views, stored procedures, rules, defaults, user defined data types and triggers from corrupt MDF database. It can also recover items from corrupt files like Index Keys, Default Values, Unique Keys, constraint Checks, Triggers, Views, Stored Procedures, Deleted Records and Partly Corrupted Records.

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Andrew Manson 2Andrew Manson 2
Hi, if you want to repair corrupt Microsoft SQL MDF file then I suggest you to use this SQL Repair Tool. This can easily repair the corrupt MDF file data. The user can easily recover database tables, stored procedure, functions, views, triggers. This software has self instructive user interface so that everyone can easily use this software with ease. For complete details and working of this software, the user can try the demo version of this software. 
Robin ShanabRobin Shanab
You can restore the database from the backup copy. Here is the command to do so;
RESTORE DATABASE Adventureworks FROM DISK = 'D:\Adventureworks_full.bak'
If you are going to continue with restoring differential or transaction log backups after that, you need to add the NORECOVERY option. This will leave the backup process in a restoring state and allow you to restore extra differential or transaction log backups.
RESTORE DATABASE Adventureworks FROM DISK = 'D:\Adventureworks_full.bak' WITH NORECOVERY
If you have differential backup
 
RESTORE DATABASE Adventureworks FROM DISK = 'D:\Adventureworks_full.bak' WITH NORECOVERY
GO
RESTORE DATABASE Adventureworks FROM DISK = 'D:\AdventureWorks_diff.dif' WITH RECOVERY
GO
and so on.
Restore SQL database from SQL Server Management Studio:
If you have SQL Server Management Studio installed, you can restore database backup using its interface alone. Just follow the instructions:

1. Connect to your SQL Server and right-click on the “Databases” directory and choose “Restore Database”
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2. Click the button beneath the “Source” section next to “Device”
3. In the “Select backup device” press “Add”
4. Select the backup file or files (.bak) you are going to restore, then click “OK”
5. In the “Restore Database” window specify the database’s name you will restore and click “OK” to start

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If you do not have an updated backup or the backup is also corrupted then, you can go with SQL repair software. Stellar Repair for MS SQL repairs corrupt and damaged MDF and NDF files. It is recommended by Microsoft MVP (https://www.scarydba.com/2020/09/23/review-stellar-repair-for-sql-server/). More information about the software from here: https://www.stellarinfo.com/sql-recovery.php