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Need Help to backup SQL database in safe mode

Hi, I am in need of backup SQL database.I am using SQL 2005. As my system have some driver problem i cant able to get into system by normal mode. but i can able to get into by safe mode. As safe mode does not allow remote connections i cant able to login to the Sql database. Pls Help to backup the database.
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SQL Server Restore Toolbox. http://www.sqlserver.restoretools.com// You can read up more on SQL Server here. http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/sql-server/498- creating-a-new-database-using-an-mdf-file?_=1416149856104/

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If you search about such tool on Internet, so I suggest you easy way to find good tool for .mdf file corruption. Try RecoveryFix for SQL database recovery software to recover and repair your .mdf file from damaged SQL server database. To know more see this site: http://www.mdf.repairsqlserver.net and also read this post http://diskdatarecovery.jimdo.com/2013/07/23/how-to-restore-lost-data-on-server-while-running-sql-server

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I found new application on Internet called MS SQL server database recovery application. This application can help you recover mdf files. More details you can visit this site http://www.en.repairsqlserver.net and also read this post http://recoverymaster.livejournal.com

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To backup and recover sql data you need to use following source SQL Server Repair Toolbox software very likely will help you

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Kindly choose the option safe mode with networking and then try.

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Well there is more than one or two answers 4 that.
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