Last month, we got several user queries related to the SQL database error 1813 which appears while users try to attach their databases. The error message was somewhat like this –
SQL SERVER – Fix : Error Msg 1813, Level 16, State 2, Line 1
Could not open new database 'databasename'. CREATE DATABASE is aborted.
After studying the queries, we are coming up with some tips to fix SQL database error 1813. We would like to share them with you through this blog.
The error occurs due to the corruption of log database files (LDF) of the SQL Server. We suggest a manual method to rebuild this log database file in emergency mode.
Let us know the whole process in detail.
You can try to fix this SQL database error 1813 manually by rebuilding the database using the SQL Server Management Studio. Let us know all the necessary steps required to perform this fix.
Given below will update only single row in the database
Or come out of this mode using this command –
Running all the above steps accurately can fix SQL database error 1813; but it is not always the case. Due to the length and complexity of the above manual approach, there are high chances of errors while performing it even if you have good technical knowledge. And another thing is that the corruption can be so severe that it cannot be resolved with this method.
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The blog helps users to resolve one of the common SQL errors – SQL database error 1813 — by rebuilding the database using the Management Studio. It also mentions a powerful third-party tool to recover the SQL database securely.