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How to recover database from MDF?

One of our biggest database is on Suspect Mode. We searched the net for steps to recover and it is now on Emergency Mode. During transfer of data from old database to new database, we encounter errors.

We checked the MDF file and it is intact. My question is how do we recover the database from the MDF?

Help please.
Feb 9 '09 #1
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