November 7, 2009

Dealing with MS Access Database Corruption after executing or modifying a Query

MS Access Database Repair

Microsoft Access Database is very popular and effective database, used in every field whether it’s banking, human resources, manufacturing, payroll systems, reservation center, airlines etc. The basis of Access Database is queries. Queries in MS Access lets you do whole lot of things. You can preview, combine, and modify data stored in database tables as…

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October 5, 2009

How to resolve the login failure SQL Server error code – 18456

MS SQL Server Recovery

Microsoft SQL Server error code 18456 denotes a failed login attempt which may be due to an incorrect password entry. Generally, it happens even if the username is accepted. And the error message displayed does not define the reason. However, administrators can check the error details in the event log to get a clear picture…

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September 22, 2009

How to resolve SQL Error 2519?

MS SQL Server Recovery

SQL Server is the most preferred relational database management system of the users which is highly efficient and reliable in managing critical data of organizations. SQL Server provides many advantageous features to its users. One such feature is the use of filegroups; this feature is used to group database files to provide better allocation and…

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September 10, 2009

Windows could not start the SQL Server – SQL Error- 10022

MS SQL Server Recovery

MS SQL Server is the most powerful, reliable and quick RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) which is used for storing data in the form of tables. But sometimes installation of this useful application is unsuccessful and results into following error message: “Windows could not start the SQL Server ([myinstancename]) on Local Computer. For more information,…

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September 8, 2009

Resolving SQL Server Error 8942

MS SQL Server Recovery

SQL Server, the best RDBMS that is highly result-oriented and trusted by IT organization. It is capable of handling crucial business data in form of tables. Whenever you need to access the data stored in the SQL tables, you need to run queries for getting the desired information. But sometimes due to improper handling and…

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Getting unmapped SQL error code 10038 when connecting to MS SQL

MS SQL Server Recovery

While trying to connect to MS SQL, you may get an error: “Unmapped SQL error code 10038 – Attempt to initiate new SQL server operation with results pending.” This SQL error code 10038 usually doesn’t affect the existing processes. But users find it difficult to connect to the server and create new processes. Whenever you…

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August 28, 2009

Can not Find File: .myi – Mysql Error and Recovery

MySQL Recovery

MySQL uses MyISAM as the default storage engine, which is based on older ISAM code but comprises many useful extensions. The MyISAM comprises three files having extensions- .frm, .MYI, and .MYD that are used to properly store the data. The MYI extension in MyISAM storage engine stands for MyIndex and refers to the index file…

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Recover Corrupt and Damaged MDF Files

MS SQL Server Recovery

Microsoft SQL Server, the most preferred database application by business organizations because of its high scalability, consistency, and familiarity with users. SQL database server stores millions of records whose size keeps increasing every day you work. Also, Microsoft’s SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is mostly used for managing database server where Non-UNICODE data types like…

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August 27, 2009

Table Corrupt: Object ID 0, index ID 0, page ID (1:623). PageId in the page header = (0:0)

MS SQL Server Recovery

The DBCC DBREINDEX is a transactional-SQL command that reconstructs one or more indexes for a table in the SQL database file. Additionally, DBCC SHRINKDATABASE is a T-SQL command used to shrink the size of the data and register files in the particular database. In case both these commands are executed at the same time on…

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Recover Data from a Damaged Database Table in Microsoft Access

MS Access Database Repair

Microsoft Access is a database utility provided by Microsoft Corporation as a part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Because of its easy-to-use and self-descriptive interface, both home users and professionals take its advantage as a backend to store data. However, sometimes while executing a query or a report or updating records, you may encounter the…

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