MS SQL Database software repairs SQL Server Data files (MDF and NDF)
MS SQL Password Recovery software recovers lost SQL Server passwords (User and SA).
MS SQL Backup Recovery software recovers data from damaged or corrupt.BAK file. In this article, we will use this one.
Open the Extract from MS SQL Backup and select the bak file. The backup files have usually the bak extension and are usually stored in program files\SQL Server\MSSQLXX.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\Backup folder, however, you can customize and save the backups in a different place if you want.
There is also an option to search the backup if you do not know where is it. The Look in specifies where to start the search and the Search in Folder, will start the Search:
Once selected the backup file, press the Scan button:
The Scan button will start repairing the backup and the software will give you a Window to select the backup set. You can check the backup set name, the date:
Once selected the backup set, press the Next button and select the SQL Server version:
You can work with any SQL Server version and there are also options to work with files created on a version and converted to a new one. Press OK.
The software will show all the available SQL Server objects inside the backup including tables, views, synonyms, stored procedures, triggers, sequences, rules, default, assemblies and more:
It is possible to Preview the data inside tables:
You can also check the T-SQL code of the views:
Once selected the objects, press the Save button to save the information.
There are 4 options:
One is to save the information into SQL Server (MSSQL), the other option is to save in a comma-separated value format (CSV), in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or Excel (XLS). In this example, we will store into MSSQL.
You can save the backup in a New database or in an existing database (live database). Also, you can specify the Instance name and the Authentication type. You can use the default location or use a custom location also:
After completion of saving, you will be able to see the database restored in SQL Server:
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Daniel Calbimonte is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Certified IT Professional for SQL Server. He is an accomplished SSIS author, teacher at IT Academies and has over 10 years of experience as a QE and developer for SQL Server related software. He has worked for the government, oil companies, web sites, magazines and universities around the world. Daniel also regularly speaks at SQL Servers conferences and blogs.