• Install and launch the software on your system.
  • Select the specific corrupt SQL database file and click Recover.
  • After the file is added, select the specific objects and tables, and click Save.
  • Select the specific saving mode, i.e., SQL Server or Batch File and click OK.
  • Add Server Name and Authentication for saving data to SQL Server.
  • Select a specific location to save data in Batch file mode.
  • The file will be restored within a few seconds based on the file size.
Yes, you can. Kernel for SQL Recovery allows effortless recovery of lost database objects from corrupt MDF/NDF files. It retrieves all of the database objects such as tables, triggers, rules, deleted records, etc. with its original properties and structure.
Yes, it can. The software features a smart auto detect function that allows you to automatically detect the version of the SQL database before the recovery.
Yes, you can. The SQL Repair tool offers inbuilt preview facility wherein you can view all database components, before actually saving them. This preview facility is also available in the free demo version, that makes it easier for you to evaluate before purchasing the paid version.
No. Kernel for SQL Recovery tool does not require live server environment to recover database objects from SQL Server. However, it would require the environment for saving/exporting the recovered objects to SQL Server.
No. The tool performs SQL Recovery from any size of MDF and NDF files. There is no file-size restriction for SQL recovery.
Yes, it does. The demo version is a free tool to evaluate software performance, before purchasing the licensed software. However, to save the recovered database objects, you need to purchase the licensed version.
Yes, definitely. The tool integrates a separate option meant to be selected when the user wants to recover the deleted records.
Apart from saving the recovered SQL data to a live SQL Server, users can save the recovered data into script form in a batch file at the specified system location. This file includes a commit.bat file, using which you can easily transfer the SQL data to the Server.
The tool does not change the structure and content of the recovered tables. You will see each cell in the exact condition as it was in the database.
The tool supports the SQL database files from all these versions of SQL Server. So, you can save the files in any of them.
No. The integrity of SQL database objects is well-maintained throughout the process, even after saving to the desired destination.
Follow these simple steps to upgrade your free evaluation version to the full version.
  • On the Evaluation version interface, click the Buy Online icon and purchase the desired license online, providing required details in the opened HTML page
  • After purchasing the license, you will get the activation details to the email address you provided during the purchase
  • In the evaluation version of the tool, go to Help>Activate product and enter the activation credentials you got on email to upgrade it to full version