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How to Open Database from SQL Server

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If you are confused that how to open database from SQL server then try SysTools SQL recovery tool. This tool provides you an easy way to open database from SQL server .For successful completion of recovery process to open SQL Server database, you need to follow the steps given below: After installation, Open SysTools Recovery Tool. Then Load the database by clicking on "Load" option. Now, click the "Browse" button on the initial software screen to choose corrupted MDF file. After that, Scan the Database. Save the scan in a .str file so that you do not have to scan it again. Then select the location where you want to save the scanned file. This SysTools SQL Recovery software come with a added feature like "Automated Database Creation" which exports MDF database directly in SQL Server and also solution to the query how to open database from SQL Server. You can save scanned log data using demo version and then after that you can easily load that scanned log data into full version of software. This SQL Server Recovery Tool works almost with all Windows Operating System like: Windows98/2000/2003/ XP/Vista and Windows 7. You can get this MS SQL recovery software free as a Demo version that can only view all recoverable items but can't save them. To save recoverable data, purchase full version of SysTools SQL Recovery Software in just $129. Please visit to know more about its features.

Release date:2011-07-21
Order:Click here to purchase full version
Company:How to Open Database from SQL Server
Author:How to Open Database from SQL Server
Program type:Shareware - $129.00
Install support:Install and Uninstall
Operating system:Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win98, WinOther, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP, Other
Requirements:Pentium II 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, Minimum 10 MB Space
File size:2304 K

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