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sql server 2014

sql server 2014

sql server 2014

I have many databases on my pc. But one of them stopped opening and started to show - Corruption on non-clustered indexes. Does anyone know how to repair sql database?

RE: sql server 2014

The first step would be


That is going to do a check out your db and let you know what problems you find.

Then you will need to make some decisions. Do you have backups? That is probably the best route. If not then things start getting more complicated depending on what you find.

Good Luck


RE: sql server 2014

Very useful advice, thanks a lot.

RE: sql server 2014

Obviously, your sql database is corrupted, but a level of corruption might be different, if one of usual methods like manual restoration or sql server management studio can help to recover database, then it is not serious corruption.

If not, in such cases there are many other ways...One of the most effective is especial software created to fulfill lacks of original software developers, one of representative is Recovery Toolbox for SQL Server, tool has helpful demo https://repairsql.recoverytoolbox.com/ which will give an image about its features.

RE: sql server 2014

Great advice, many thanks

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