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What happened to the file from SQL?

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I applied for technical support, but she has been silent for a long time. Time is running out, and I may have problems because of this. The base on which I worked hard for a month, stopped opening after the last unsuccessful editing - Error of metadata corruption. I can't do without the data from this file.
May 17 '18 #1
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There are many variants to help you. One of it SQL Server Management Studio.

Another one of repair mdf, I applied it only in emergency cases, I hope guide will help you, if not, see this instrument. I found it immediately in Google, probably it is the best in this sphere.

Start SQL Server Management Studio

Click the “Start” button. Move the mouse cursor to the “All Programs” menu, then find and click “Microsoft SQL Server” to open a list of SQL Server programs.

Click “SQL Server Management Studio” to open the Connect to Server dialog box.

Select a server on your network. Set the “Authentication” pull-down list to “Windows Authentication” and click the “Connect” button.
Jun 29 '18 #2

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