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SQL recovery software

Use Kernel for SQL recovery to perform accurate data recovery

SQL recovery softwareOverview

Kernel for SQL recovery is embedded with QFSCI Algorithm, which enables this software to give accurate and instant results. This SQL recovery software recovers and repairs corrupt and damaged views, triggers, procedures, tables and keys. Records that are damaged and saved in distinct Batch files can also be recovered with it. Kernel for SQL recovery creates script files to store the recovered files and data. full installation and uninstallation support is available for users. It also enable the user to recreate and use the database without facing any problem. It supports Microsoft server 2000 and 2005 versions. Free evaluation version is available to get well versed with featured functions. The free demo version only displays the list of recoverable data and to recover complete data purchase and installation of full version is mandatory.

NEW

Fixed some bugs.

SQL recovery softwareMore Information

Version
7.08.01
Date
08.08.10
License
Trial
Language
English
File Size
2.03 MB
SubCategory
Operating Systems
Windows 2003, XP, 2000
System Requirements
No additional system requirements.

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