The SQL Recovery tool is designed and developed with utmost precisions and care since the data is of prime importance for any organization. Keeping that in mind we have tested it thoroughly and provided all the features that the DBA faces for the corrupt database.
Some of the core features of the software are as follows:
This typically happens when the database gets corrupt so the first line of defense to counter it is to use the backup that you have, in case if you don't have the backup files then you can perform the recovery option by setting the database that is in suspect mode to emergency mode so that you can then perform recovery option. Use the command provided by the Microsoft for such purpose but do remember that there is high chances of data loss and if data loss is something that you can't afford then the final option you have is to use SQL Recovery tool such as ours for the stated purpose.
This question has been queried multiple times and to put in simple term, Our software is fully Independent of the SQL Server and have no dependency for the recovery purpose so it's perfectly fine if you don't have MS SQL Server installed on the machine or if you no longer user the older version when the database is created. The software will give the desired result in both the cases.
The software has been thoroughly tested on databases that are terabytes in size to make it sure that user does not face any issues when performing sql server recovery for their database.
The first and foremost thing you need to do is that you should not detach the mdf from the server, then perform the emergency Repair mode which in most cases will return your database in healthy state and you will no longer receive the suspect database warning. If all fails then you can use the software to remove the SQL Server database corruptions and bring then back to healthy state.