Top use cases for Kernel for SQL Backup Recovery

Recover data from corrupted .bak files

Recover data from corrupted .bak files The moment your backup file gets corrupted, the threat of losing critical SQL data arises, leading to a permanent disruption in your business operations. Previous attempts at manually extracting data from corrupted or damaged .bak files have proven inefficient. However, the Kernel tool offers a reliable solution to extract all data from corrupted or damaged .bak files and save it to the Live SQL Server or a batch file. This quick recovery process enables users to ensure uninterrupted business operations.

Export recovered data to Live SQL Server

Export recovered data to Live SQL Server After successfully recovering the damaged data, the next necessary step is to export it to the Live SQL Server accurately. The manual transfer of extensive recovered data also falls prey to inconsistencies and data loss. This utility simplifies the recovery process for corrupted SQL backup files and provides users with the flexibility to export data to a live SQL server smoothly. Users can experience a seamless recovery and export while ensuring the integrity of the recovered SQL data remains intact.

Restore MDF/NDF from large SQL Backup

Restore MDF/NDF from large SQL Backup Managing large-scale SQL backup files poses several challenges for users, given the vast data volumes that increase the risk of data loss, impacting your business continuity. Rather than utilizing inaccurate and time-consuming manual methods, users can turn to the Kernel software for a seamless recovery of MDF and NDF files from corrupted and damaged SQL backup files. This utility enables users the flexibility to select either complete or specific SQL database objects, including tables, rules, triggers, defaults, functions, and more.

How torecover SQL Backup?

Perform an efficient recovery of SQL backup files in just a few steps.

Add the corrupt SQL Backup file for recovery.
Preview the selected SQL database file object data.
Save the selected SQL Backup database file to the desired

Explore software's key capabilities

The SQL Backup Recovery tool enables effortless database recovery due to its intelligent features.

Recover MDF & NDF files

Recover MDF & NDF files Recover MDF and NDF files, along with all associated database objects, such as tables, stored procedures, defaults, rules, triggers, functions, and more, from SQL backup files.

Recover SQL data from corrupt BAK files

Recover SQL data from corrupt BAK files Recover data from corrupt or inaccessible SQL backup files and directly save it to a live SQL Server or as a batch file.

Selective SQL object recovery

Selective SQL object recovery Selectively recover specific SQL database objects such as tables & triggers. Easily choose the necessary data in the preview pane and export it to your preferred destination.

Export to Live SQL Server

Export to Live SQL Server Export recovered SQL Server data to a Live SQL Server using the software. Utilize SQL login credentials (Windows/Server authentication) for a smooth export process.

Utilize SQL Scripts to save backup

Utilize SQL Scripts to save backup Save SQL backup data to a batch file using SQL Scripts with the tool. This method doesn't need a live SQL Server, allowing flexibility in data storage for future use in an SQL Server.

Automatic SQL version detection

Automatic SQL version detection The tool automatically detects the version to ensure a seamless recovery process. For severely corrupted SQL Backup files, you have the option to select the database version manually.

Easy SQL backup recovery

Easy SQL backup recovery Simplify the task into 3 easy steps- Select the backup file, preview your SQL data, and save it to your desired destination. Even non-technical users can navigate through the SQL Backup recovery.

Comprehensive preview

Comprehensive preview Get a detailed preview of complete SQL database objects with all their essential details, even in the free version of the Kernel SQL Backup Recovery tool.

Frequently asked questions
Follow the below steps to restore SQL files to Live SQL:
  1. Launch the software and add the corrupt SQL file.
  2. Select the specific scanning method for SQL recovery.
  3. Choose the SQL database version or select the Autodetect option and click Next.
  4. The SQL file folders will be visible in the tool.
  5. Select the folders that you want to restore to live SQL and click Next.
  6. Choose a saving destination, provide the necessary details, and click OK.
  7. The SQL file has been restored to the SQL Server.
Yes, you can. It is not required to have SQL Server installed to Preview the data and to save it in a Batch file. But to save or restore the backup data to a live SQL Server, you should have access to the Server.
Yes, it can quickly detect the SQL version of corrupt SQL files. Just check the checkbox Autodetect SQL version.
Yes, you can view all the data of corrupt SQL files after their recovery.
You can easily recover every item of a corrupt SQL file with this software.
With the Free version, you can upload the corrupt/healthy .bak file and preview its objects, but you cannot save it. For export, you need to buy the Full version.
Yes, the tool supports all SQL Server versions such as SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008 and 2005.
Yes, it does have the option to detect the SQL Server version automatically. However, you can select the SQL database version manually, too.

Software Prerequisites & recommendations

About SoftwareAbout Software

Version: 20.12

Release Date: Dec 2020

License Type: Home, Corporate & Technician

Version SupportVersion Support

Version Support: MS SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005

System RequirementsSystem Requirements

Hard Disk: 50 MB of disk space

Memory: 64 MB RAM Minimum

Processor: Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent

Operating System: Windows OS Platforms - Windows 365, 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95, Windows Server 2022, 2019, 2016, 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003

What customers say about Kernel SQL Backup Recovery
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Grateful for the tool—it facilitated the recovery of my old data without requiring SQL on my desktop. The user-friendly interface of the software also aided in comprehending its features and functionality.

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