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Restoring files from the database

Im running sql server 2000 on windows server 2000 and im backing up with symantec backup exec 10d. All my backups are working fine but im trying to work out how to restore 1 file or table in the database rather than all the database. when i go thru the restore i can only select my sql server database as a full backup.

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Few days ago, deleted my some SQL database then I used RecoveryFix for SQL recovery software. This software recover my all deleted data from SQL database. For more details you can download demo version: http://www.mdf.repairsqlserver.net/
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Determining given trouble can be mdf recovery. It can fix sql databases after power failures, viruses, hacker attacks. The utility works under any Windows OS. It can work with big mdf files and starts under low system requirements.

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I suggest you use the Enterprise manager (gui tool to manage SQL).
Restoring a single table is not an option.
You can however restore a file or filegroup.
Make sure to backup before you start and NOT to restore database to its original name or original file location, to avoid acidents.
Normally you will have databases with only 2 files: the data at its Primary file group, and log file.
You may wish to create a new file group and move tables to the new group by recreating them there and exporting data from old table to new table. Then recreate indexes. This may prove to be complex as all tables and indexes have unique names and can't coexist with exact duplicate of them.

oh yea..... did I say backup?
well just in case backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup
but dont overwrite that backup

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