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Open SQL Database File

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Now you can open SQL database file by using free SQL MDF viewer which can allow you to open the corrupt SQL files present in the SQL Server Database. If you are a SQL user and you want to view your corrupted MDF files and find a solution for how to open SQL database file with a great tool then use Freeware MDF File Viewer which show your deleted NDF files with few simple steps. When extracting and restoring a MDF database to SQL Server and it shows you some error message then at this time you should need a MDF file viewer tool which includes latest option to open SQL database file. Free SQL MDF viewer tool is recently developed by SysTools which includes latest features and can easily provides preview of MDF database. By using this advanced MDF file viewer tool you can easily open SQL database file and get full satisfaction for how to view SQL database. After that you can buy SQL Recovery Software for extracting your recovered MDF files on your system. By using free MDF viewer you can easily view MDF files which are inaccessible due to presence of error or due to corruption. If you want to perform full recovery process, get SQL Recovery Tool by just $129. Read More for further information: http://www.openbkf.com/open-sql-database-file/




Release date:2011-08-08
Order:Click here to purchase full version
Company:Open SQL Database File
Author:Open SQL Database File
Website:openbkf.com
 
Keywords:mdf file viewer, view mdf file
 
Program type:Freeware - $0.00
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
 
Download1:viewer.exe
Download2:viewer.exe
File size:1648 K

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