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Significance to hire Philadelphia Data Recovery and Puerto Rico Data Recovery

12th October 2012
Data recovery becomes more critical day by day, as the data collected in the information age increase constantly. If you are living in Philadelphia or Puerto Rico and whether you are looking for recovering data from your laptop, computer or even a smart p... Read >
Author: Hardley Thompson

SQL Server Recovery Tool Full Version: For Full Recovery

23rd September 2011
Many options can be executed to recover and repair SQL server database, but the most effective way is to employ third party SQL server recovery software. User find it difficult to choose which one is the optional and secure tool to employ so that it will ... Read >
Author: Kayla Mathew

Resolving “Access to source database failed with Jet Error” in Exchange Server

13th July 2010
Microsoft Exchange Server is a reliable and advanced solution to create a collaborative and messaging environment. It stores all the user mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Server database (EDB file), which can be accessed using Microsoft Outlook Email clien... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

What Causes Hard Recovery Failure in Exchange Server?

30th June 2010
In Microsoft Exchange Server, you must replay the log file after restoring your EDB (Exchange Server database) from an online backup. This process is known as Hard Recovery. It helps you to recover your Exchange Server database in case of database corrupt... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Eseutil /p Fails with Jet_errKeyDuplicate error

14th June 2010
Eseutil /p is a Microsoft Exchange Server repair mode command that fixes corruption of database at ESE table level and page level. Running eseutil /p command may in some cases result in discarded rows and tables. Hence, it is highly recommended to backup ... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Resolving Buffer Dependencies Error in Exchange Server

27th April 2010
Exchange Server buffer dependencies are structures that reduce the amount of data to be placed in log files during a B-tree merge or split. When ESE (Extensible Storage Engine) saves data on the Information Store database, recording the changes in the dat... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Recovering database from corrupt filegroups in SQL Server – Error 2522

26th April 2010
If you are a database backend user in your organization, then you must be knowing how the size of the database increases immensely within a span of a few months. If yours is a growing organization, then the issue gets even more aggravated as you have to r... Read >
Author: colindolly

SQL Server Can Not Recognize MDF File After Improper System Shutdown

20th April 2010
MDF (Master Database File) is the repository of all valuable data in the Microsoft SQL Server. Data is stored in the form of tables. However, in some situations, improper system shutdown may make your database faulty and inaccessible. This is because unex... Read >
Author: colindolly

How to Perform Exchange Recovery Post E00.log Corruption?

24th March 2010
The transaction log of first storage group in Exchange Server is E00.log, which is renamed and then closed with a consecutive number once it gets full. Since this is the only file that is active and being written to, it can easily get 'torn writes'. A 'to... Read >
Author: elfinruler

How to Resolve Error 8998 in SQL Server?

24th August 2009
SQL Server database files are split up into different pages. The GAM (Global Allocation Map) pages represent allocation bitmaps. For each extent, there is a bit that indicates whether the extent has been allocated or not. Such pages map 4 GB of extents. A... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Data Recovery after Physical Crash of Database Server

18th May 2009
A database server can be a computer or a computer program running on a database server computer. The server computer processes user requests of various client systems over a network and takes care of all incoming and outgoing data (large number of transac... Read >
Author: Serves Best

ID c104173b and Exchange Database Corruption

03rd December 2008
Your Exchange database may refuse to mount at all with the error message as following: "The database files in this store are corrupted ID no: c104173b Exchange system manager." Error messages are the common un-detachable part of any applicati... Read >
Author: Mahi Sony

Event ID 467 indicates Database Corruption in Exchange Server

27th November 2008
Exchange Information Store is the soul component of Exchange Server, without which none of the operation will work in the application. This contains all the components of Exchange server, the mailboxes being the most important one. But what if the Informa... Read >
Author: Williamz Jack

Limitations of eseutil /p in Repairing Exchange Database

17th August 2008
The MS Exchange Server database corruption can be result of the range of the reasons. But handling each of the situations is mandatory. For the EDB recovery, Microsoft has availed the users an inbuilt utility -eseutil/p.The eseutil/p is the repair mode fo... Read >
Author: Andrew Watson

Error in MS Exchange Server 'JET_errKeyDuplicate Illegal duplicate key'

15th August 2008
Eseuti/ P is the inbuilt utility which is used to solve some of the database corruption problems. The Exchange recovery is made possible through the database checking and repairing critical structures inside the database (such as system tables, attachment... Read >
Author: Jerry Tim
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