Category: Database Recovery

Top 5 Tips to Tune your SQL Server Database Healthy

October 27, 2016 MS SQL Server Recovery, by admin

Managing and at the same time maintaining a healthy SQL server database is never an easy task as it involves more than a single tuning effort. In fact, working with large-scale data, even if you perform a minor change could...

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Methods to Fix Error Msg 605 with SQL Server

March 29, 2016 MS SQL Server Recovery, by admin

Error Msg 605 appears either as "Msg 605, Level 21, State 3, Line 1 – Attempt to fetch logical page (1:224) in database 11 failed. It belongs to allocation unit 72058253744865280, not to 72057594040287232." or Are you familiar with this...

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How to repair corrupt SQL Database?

September 8, 2015 MS SQL Server Recovery, by Jarvis Flores

Introduction Repairing corrupt SQL Server Database can be a tedious task if you don’t know the right technique. There is manual technique available to repair corrupt SQL database but a professional and authentic third-party software is always the best approach...

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How to fix “project server database cannot be accessed 5001” error of MS project server

August 22, 2012 Database Recovery, by Jarvis Flores

Microsoft project server is a project management program like MS access. It stores different project modules of the users either in local window drive or network. MS Project server is similar to MS SQL server as both stores user data...

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Repair corrupted MyISAM format database of MySQL

August 22, 2012 MySQL Recovery, by Marvin Simmons

MySQL is a popular database management system that is widely used for web databases. In MySQL databases, the MyISAM table is the default database engine that that is fast, reliable, simple to use, and allows full-text searching. The MyISAM table...

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Recovering data from a damaged database table or a corrupted database table in Access 2000, 2002 or 2003

November 23, 2009 MS Access Database Repair, by Marvin Simmons

Sometimes when you try to run a query, a report, or a form, update records or scroll through data in a damaged Access database table, you receive following error messages: Jet has stopped the process because you and another user...

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