Kernel SQL Viewer can repair the affected MDF database file and create a quick preview of all the tables, procedures, indexes, keys, and other items.
This tool provides many features for viewing even corrupt SQL data.
Manages SQL database corruption issues With this tool, you can view faulty MS SQL database (MDF/NDF) files that have become inaccessible owing to corruption issues, which can occur for a variety of causes, including media contamination, virus intrusions, and hard drive failures. This utility restores and displays all data in SQL database files.
View all database objects All database objects, including tables, views, triggers, primary keys, store procedures, indexes, unique keys, stored procedures, foreign keys, default values, checks, rules, and user data types, can be viewed using the SQL tool for MDF/NDF files.
Access deleted records You will be given the option to preview the deleted records when you access SQL data. You have the option to view both corrupt and deleted records.
Ensure the correctness of recovered data The software also includes advanced settings that help the user maintain the integrity of the restored objects after the SQL database recovery method has been completed successfully.
Automatic SQL Server version detection Advanced algorithms that can identify and choose the SQL database version are available in the tool. There is also an option to choose the database version manually.
Complete preview of database objects The preview provides an accurate representation of how your recovered data will appear; tables are shown in hierarchical order. The tool shows a maximum of 1000 records per page in a preview. The user can choose any table to view it in more detail and check the accuracy of the data.
MS SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005, 2000
50 MB of disk space
128 MB Minimum
Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent
Windows 365, 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT and 95, Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003
It is essential to run DBCC CHECKDB frequently to verify database integrity in order to identify database corruption in SQL Server. If corruption is discovered, consistency errors and a detailed error message describing the causes of the database corruption in SQL Server will be returned.
The primary cause of SQL Server database corruption (which affects over 99.99% of all instances) is a fault with the IO subsystem, which includes drives, controllers, and even drivers.
Missing indexes, wrong indexes, too many indexes, outdated statistics, and a lack of index maintenance are common issues novice users face; these result in database corruption.
If the cells were empty, they will remain the same in the preview mode.
Yes, the functions are available in the preview too.
|Open all SQL database files||Yes||Yes|
|No file size limitation||Yes||Yes|
|Repair MDF/NDF files||Yes||Yes|
|Show all objects||Yes||Yes|
|Works with all versions of SQL Servers||Yes||Yes|
|Runs on all active Windows Operating Systems||Yes||Yes|
|Save repaired files to live SQL Server||No||Yes|
|Save repaired files to batch file||No||Yes|
|Saves batch files in a user-defined location||No||Yes|
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