> Ed Miller wrote:
> > Anyone know what it is and or how to fix it. The working copy of the dB
> > the only copy I have
> > all backups are bad. This seems to have been in the dB for a while.
> > 15, 1999
> > I have removed all records before April 10, 1999 with no problem.
> > I am reluctant of removing any records past the April 115, 1999 date in
> > of destroying the table or the dB.
> > I need advice from the SQL experts out there.
> I would create a clean database (blank) and do a DB Transfer from your
> current DB to the new (blank) one. This will copy just the data, and
> not any errors in your current DB. I've had to do this a couple of
> times when something in a DB was corrupt, and DBCC wouldn't/couldn't
> fix it.
> Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
> IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com
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