Noida, India (PressExposure) January 09, 2012 -- Damaged SQL server files require immediate help. Kernel Data Recovery, a leading software brand specializing in recovery tools, presents that help in the most efficient way. SQL server database files use MDF extension to save data. They can face corruption due to due to virus attacks, data corruption, inaccessible drivers and partitions, Internal Program Error(s), Crash or failure of hard drive, media errors or server errors.
Use Kernel for SQL server recovery to immediately repair your MDF files and save your data from further loss. The software supports every version of MS SQL Server, ranging from 2000, 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2 also. This MDF recovery tool is embedded with advanced and powerful QFSCI algorithm which provides instant data recovery with immaculate results. MS SQL (Structured Query Language) databases play a crucial role in maintaining work flow, activity automation and information security of organizations and businesses. But corruption renders out all these features and lands you in a muddled situation.
Kernel for SQL server recovery is quite competent in recovering data from severely damaged files. It retrieves tables, triggers, stored procedures, indexes, primary keys, unique keys, foreign keys, predefined defaults, default values, rules, checks, and user data types (default, rule, null) from corrupt SQL database file. It creates script files where the recovered files are saved. Instead of just repairing, the tool actually repairs and recreates a new database having all the attributes of the original database in a working condition.
Thus this MDF recovery tool serves as the first aid for your damaged database. The repair process sounds complex and involving so many features within SQL database, you may hesitate to use the tool on your own. But with this tool, the case is just opposite; the software is widely accepted for its ease of use GUI and extended repair parameters. Just select the SQL Server version and the corrupt MDF file with the help of software and the rest is taken care of by the tool. But make sure you have enough free disk space depending on the database file size.
Try for free:
Kernel provides a trial version on site which can be downloaded and evaluated at absolutely no charge. It is fully functional and helps you to analyze the repair and recovery percentage in cases of corruptions and server downtime respectively. The trial version previews the recovered database items but limits you from saving them at your desired location. Click the link to have a better knowledge about the software http://www.mdfrecovery.org
It supports a wide range of versions including MS SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2 version