Stepwise Illustration of the Process to Repair SQL Database

Get to know about the MSSQL database recovery process that you will perform using SQL Recovery software. If this question, “how to repair SQL database?” constantly arising in your mind, then here is an answer to it.

Stepwise Illustration: Below is the step-by-step guideline about SQL Server database recovery process to be performed using our SQL Recovery tool. These steps are described illustratively with the relevant screenshots to make things extremely clear to you so that you don’t face any difficulty while performing the process to repair MS SQL database files using this recovery toolbox for SQL.

Follow the Steps given Below: Just by following the below mentioned simple steps of the SQL MDF recovery process using our software, you can repair SQL file: 

Run SQL RecoveryTool on Your System: Go to Start » Programs » SQL Recovery » SQL Recovery. Initial software screen that flashes on your system appears as the following screenshot:

Click on Browse button, to select the MDF file. Then software will display following screen:

Then choose the corrupt or damaged MDF file and click on Open button.

Choose the scan mode and SQL Server version

If you want to repair corrupt NDF file then click on NDF option

Select the NDF file and click on open button

It will automatically scan your MDF and NDF files

After scanning the corrupted MDF file it allows you to Save the recovered file in .str format

Preview the recovered content from the repaired MDF file. Software will show you all the recovered elements from the repaired MDF file like its tables, views, stored procedures etc as follows:

Click on export button to save the repaired database.

Then choose the Saving Option.

After choosing the saving options export the recovered database.

Choose the path to save .sql file.

Export as SQL server compatible SQL script, after the completion of the recovery process, software will prompt users regarding the completion process as follows:

You should click on Close button and then navigate the saving location for finding the recovered sql script file.