SQL Database Server

SQL is a database that can store and process data like numbers, characters, images, binary data, and more. Microsoft SQL uses Transact SQL for all applications that focus on decision-support. The database consists of two types of files – .MDF, and .LDF. With SQL 7.0 or higher, users can create additional log files and database whenever needed. Database files have an .NDF extension, and the log files have a .LDF extension.

Solutions to SQL data loss:

There are different levels at which data loss can occur. The first level starts with the storage device. This can be a single hard-drive or a SAN or RAID storage array. If this happens, Magic Computer Repair focuses on getting the device to operate once more, so the data can be transferred to another drive. Our engineers work hard to get the device to operate again. Because storage arrays are complex, SAN and RAID arrays are harder to fix. We have developed effective data recovery tools that are sure to repair your device.

The second level of data loss is located at the file system. This system has a unique way of storing system and user files. In order to recover data at this level, system files need to be accessed. Once the data recovery process completes, the file’s data stream can be accessed properly.

The third level of data loss occurs inside the file itself. The structure of the file can be corrupted to the point where the system no longer reads the file, and will not present it to the server. This is where Magic Computer Repair is able to offer complete data recovery solutions.

We have helped many PC consumers in Los Angeles CA and all surrounding areas with recovering their SQL data.

Our Solution to Microsoft SQL data loss:

Our recovery tools are designed to recover data within an .MDF file. We have recently expanded our capabilities to recover data from the transaction logs of Microsoft SQL 7.0 and 2000 (.LDF files). This means that we can recover data, even if the database is missing.

SQL data recovery is done for most models and makes:

  • Any server make, model or brand.
  • All types of RAID configurations.
  • Any operating systems (Windows, Linux, UNIX, etc.).
  • All causes of data loss: including data loss resulting from natural disasters,power loss or surge, logical or mechanical failures, and viruses.
  • Development for proprietary systems: our worldwide team of developers are always prepared to create bespoke software and tools to handle any proprietary system.

The experts at our company can offer data recovery services for anyone in Los Angeles CA and all surrounding areas.