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Solved: Restore MSSQL 2012 on some point. (Not backup)

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by gioacchinolupi, Jun 12, 2015.

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  1. gioacchinolupi

    gioacchinolupi Thread Starter

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    Hi, everybody
    Prompt please, MS SQL 2012 on the virtual computer. Backup of all section with bases every day, at 19.00. That is, for every day I have the file copy .MDF and .LDF. Is there a way to recover the database at a certain time? Not 7 hours, but for example at 12.00. If I just attach the base then at the start I get an error about the lack of backup. Because backup wasn't carried out by means of Ms SQL though at start of procedure of restoration it is possible to choose a timeline. Thanks for the help)
     
  2. TonyB25

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    If you have a file backup from 12pm, then I don't know why you can't restore that backup. Maybe the exact error message and process info would help.
     
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