Question about Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition for PC
I also faced this type of issue but at that time Microsoft SQL server database recovery utility help me a lot in regaining the lost files. Read more: http://www.sqlrecovery.org/download.html
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Posted on Apr 29, 2014
Well there is more than one or two answers 4 that.
you should first check if you are at simple recovery mode. If not (now this will sound strange) right click the database, click tasks/backup and make a LOG backup.
Now right click databases and click Restore Database.
You should choose a new database name (for restore practice) .
You will probably have your last backups at the bottom of the screen...if not click add and choose you latest data backup.
click the log backup and the data backup should be checked , too. on options tab make sure the database is left ready to use.
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