Month: August 2009

How to Resolve SQL Server Error 2515?

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Backup is the key to perform recovery of database objects after the database file gets corrupt. SQL Server provides you with a number, Log Sequence Number (LSN), which during the process of database restoration is used as a recovery point....

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Recover Deleted Emails from .PST File

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Whenever we come across deletion of emails in Outlook PST file, we ponder here and there in search of a remarkable and effective Outlook Recovery tool. We think that's the only solution which will help out of the disastrous situation....

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PST Corruption after Moving or Renaming PST file

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Personal Storage Table (PST) is a file in which Outlook stores emails, notes, contacts, and other users mailbox related items. Although Outlook is fast and convenient email client but if Outlook Archive.pst and/or Outlook.pst files are tried to be modified...

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Corrupt PST due to Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders Backup Process Interruption

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Microsoft Outlook stores emails, notes, contacts, etc. in Personal Storage Table (PST) file, which like other computer files can be damaged due to logical or physical reasons. Therefore, timely backup of PST file should be taken to easily recover emails,...

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Fixing “0x80004005: The operation failed” error in MS Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook is widely used by businesses and home users as an email manager. But many error messages occur frequently while using this application. A common but frustrating errors is ‘0x80004005’. Outlook error 0x80004005 Sometimes, the following error message is...

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Recover Data from Flash Drive

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A USB flash drive is today's most preferred removable and rewritable storage media. Because of its portability and durability features, it has been widely used to carry data in secure and encrypted manner from one location to another. A large...

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