Data Recovery


G

gampper

Recently my computer motherboard crashed and I had to purchase a new
computer. I have been able to port over all of my document files, etc.
from my old hard drive, but have not been able to recover any data from
SBA.

I have tried a whole string of ways to recover the data, but nothing
has worked. Any help would be appreciated. I think I can see the sbd
file I need in the SQL Server File, but I am beginning to think this is
not correct. It is not large enough. I have attempted to recover it,
but SBA states the application is older than the file and I need to
upgrade.

I am beginning to think that the data is lost, but am not sure. Any
help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Brad
 
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G

gampper

I have tried all the recovery methods I could find on Microsoft's site
and on here. When I attach to the .sbd and .sbl file I get the
following error message.

Cannot logon because the application version is older than the company
database. Upgrade the application.

I have SBA 2006, but that is what the files were created in. Is there
anywhere I can take the data and get someone else to recover it? I
have basically lost all of my accounting info for 2006, and in some
cases it is almost impossible to reconstruct.

Brad
 
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J

Jesper [MS]

Hi

This is good news if you have been able to attach your old sbd and sbl
files - then your data is not lost.
According to the error all you need to make it work is to make sure your
installed SBA 2006 is the same version that the databases were created with.
The error indicates that the SBA 2006 that you have installed is OLDER than
the databases so you probably used to have a newer version of SBA installed.
The best solution to that is probably to install the latest service pack of
SBA 2006 and then open the company again.
This will either open the company or upgrade it which is also fine.
Please try installing the latest service pack.
 

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