Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Recovery Toolbox releases the new and totally revamped Recovery for SQL Server, a professional tool for hassle-free and fast recovery of data from corrupted SQL database files. Despite being a professional solution by nature, this MDF recovery tool features a very simple user interface, which makes it a good choice for regular users as well. The program was created for ad hoc MDF recovery by users with different skill levels and data recovery experience. The built-in multi-step recovery wizard guides the user through the process and prompts for a minimum of information, thus minimizing the risk of a human mistake and ensuring the completeness of recovered data. The software uses a combination of advanced proprietary algorithms to quickly process files as large as 16 TB, saving recovered data as a set of SQL scripts or sending them directly to a different SQL database.
“MDF recovery had always been a craft of database professionals only,” says Victor Bobrov, one of the developers of the program. “These days, however, SQL is a lot more commonplace and we thought it would be a good idea to create a tool that could help regular users handle difficult situations and recover valuable business data from corrupted database files. Not everyone works on power-packed workstations with RAID arrays and data replication capabilities. Bad things do happen and our tool helps minimize the damage.”
The demo version of program is available for immediate download and has all the features of the full version, except for the ability to save recovered data.
About Recovery Toolbox
Founded in 2003, Recovery Toolbox is currently the leading provider of data recovery tools for a broad range of programs. The growing portfolio of Recovery Toolbox consists of over 30 award-winning solutions intended primarily for mainstream applications used by millions of people worldwide. The company is committed to creating intuitive and user-friendly tools that help regular users solve complex data recovery and migration problems on their own.