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One of my friends asked me about help. Her database on SQL Server stopped working. She tried to open it, but wasn’t successfully. The database didn’t open by double clicking.
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You're going to need a lot more specific that this... A LOT more.

When you say "her database stopped working" are you saying that the SQL Server instance isn't work, or that you are unable to access the database on the SQl Server? If the former, what do the SQL Server logs say? Do yiou have any error messages when you try use USE the database, or perform a query?

You should also know that you don't "open" a database (and most certainly not my double clicking it...).

P.s. I suspect a post in a day or two offering a solution on how to restore a corrupted database tool (even though the OP has made no mention of corruption), so prepare the spam button. Smile


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A yahoo email address, so I suspect spam too.

However, in the interest of being nice, Christmas time & all...

We try to help out here as much as we can. If you could supply some information to us, we could help better. What is the file extension, the last three letters on the file that you tried to open by double clicking?

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Grant Fritchey - Friday, December 22, 2017 6:21 AM
A yahoo email address, so I suspect spam too.

However, in the interest of being nice, Christmas time & all...

We try to help out here as much as we can. If you could supply some information to us, we could help better. What is the file extension, the last three letters on the file that you tried to open by double clicking?


I've seen these before... it's definitely going to end up being SPAM. Some other idiot will likely respond with a link that supposed solves all the problems you could ever have... except for getting rid of SPAM. Wink

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jakecampbell - Sunday, December 24, 2017 5:07 AM
AnneJohannessen - Friday, December 22, 2017 5:18 AM
One of my friends asked me about help. Her database on SQL Server stopped working. She tried to open it, but wasn’t successfully. The database didn’t open by double clicking.


Usually is applied SQL Management Studio it is easy accessible over Net.
But in case it can't solve the issue and many others methods and instruments, IT professionals advise

Links removed (in quote) and reported as spam.

Firstly, "Jake", the grammar of your post is awful. If you plan to advertise your product without consent of the site your advertising it on, at least make a post that actually makes sense. Your first sentance is complete gobble-de-gook.

Next, what IT professionals? I certainly wouldn't recommend what you've linked to, you've shown no input into the OP's actual (likely fake) problem, which they've given no input about as yet (and likely won't).

Yes, I realise I won't get a reply to this post, but nevermind.



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jakecampbell - Sunday, December 24, 2017 5:07 AM
AnneJohannessen - Friday, December 22, 2017 5:18 AM
One of my friends asked me about help. Her database on SQL Server stopped working. She tried to open it, but wasn’t successfully. The database didn’t open by double clicking.


Usually is applied SQL Management Studio it is easy accessible over Net.
But in case it can't solve the issue and many others methods and instruments, IT professionals advise

WHUP! Der it 'tis! And, it's a new record! The "other idiot" responded faster than I've seen before. Wink

Watch out for these types of posts, folks. They're not just SPAM but they're really bad. Anyone that has to resort to such trickery as a form of doing business is likely going to screw you pretty good if you fall for their product. Also be sure to check the URL behind the scenes because it may not be what's visible. You could be going down a really nasty rabbit hole that could cost you.


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Closing. This is silly.

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