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Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2012 3:42 AM
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Hello Team,

I was facing an issue with database backup which I took from sql server 2005.

Actually in my office I have my own desktop, in my desktop sql server 2005 was installed, one fine morning I came to office and I started my system after starting my system I came to know that my system got corrupted, I just open sql server Management studio 2005 and took the back up, then after I formatted my system and installed upgraded version i.e, sql server 2008 R2, I opened sql server Management studio and tried to restore the back in 2008 which I took from 2005, while restoring the back up I am getting attached error.

Please help me in resolving this issue.

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If your system was corrupted when you took the backup then it is likely that the backup is also corrupted hence why you are getting these errors.

The only way to get the database back would be to restore from a clean backup prior to the corruption.




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Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2012 10:52 AM
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Dear Mr.Anthony,

Please give me the solution, it is very important backup as we maintain all employee data in this backup only.

Please let me know if you want me to attach the database backup.

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Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2012 10:58 AM


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If it is corruption, nothing can be done, that backup's not restorable.

Was it taken with native backup (backup database... to disk = ...) or was it taken with a 3rd party tool (SQLBackup, LiteSpeed, etc)? Was hyperbak installed on the server?



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If the database is important, why wasn't the database stored on a server and not a desktop and why didnt you have a proper backup routine in place for the database?





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Your backup also get corrupted, in this case you are not able to restore your database from corrupted backup. You should try third party SQL Database Recovery Software to repair corrupt SQL Server database!! You can easily search these software on Google: https://www.google.com/search?hl=&q=sql+repair+software

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Posted Wednesday, November 21, 2012 12:05 AM
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It is possible that your backup is corrupt and if that is the case then like others have pointed out you will not be able to restore from the corrupt backup.

Just curious though: is the version of SQL Server 2005 you installed on your new system up to the same patch level as what was on the system before you rebuilt it? It could be possible that you are trying to restore a database from a higher version onto a system with a lower version and that will not work.


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