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Need to help to Restore/attach a database in SQL 6.5


Need to help to Restore/attach a database in SQL 6.5

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I have the data.Dat and log.dat files, but i find it hard to actually attach it or restore it into sql 6.5.

Tried with Stored procedure 'sp_attach_db', but that is not found on the server.

Can anyone help me with the sql query to attach DB to this server version.
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The account doing the attach needs full permissions on the database files. In addition, the service account needs full permissions on the files.

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Im using trusted connection with sa user, i also verified that that SP is not in the master db.
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Is this actually a SQL Server 6.5 database? If it is, you might try creating a database with the same file names, shutting down the server, replacing the created files with your existing files and re-starting the server. Make copies of the files before you do this, just in case.



And then again, I might be wrong ...
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Here is a tool that others have had work

http://www.officerecovery.com/mssql/



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i actually tested that tool also, it worked.. only tool i got to work
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i will try the new db restart sequense
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pelsebubb (10/23/2012)
i will try the new db restart sequense


Tried this with no success, the DB popped up in suspect mode, and i could not reset it with emergency mode, guess i have to buy that damn software then.
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In any case, restoring from a backup is the best way to resolve this issue. Or you should try third party SQL repair software as SQLRNNR already suggested. Take a look 'Stellar Phoenix SQL Recovery' Software!!

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Were these files copied from a SQL Server that was running when the files were copied? If so, they may not be in a state that will allow them to be attached. That may be why the database went suspect when you did the copy-and-restart sequence.

Is there any way you can get a backup of this database rather than trying to use the raw files?



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