SysInfoTools presents a remarkable solution for DBASE database recovery. This helps users to regain their highly corrupt database files (.dbf) of any DBASE variant i.e. dBase II, dBase III, dBase IV and otherwith the fastest speed ever. It recover data from corrupted DBASEdatabases file (.dbf) which is created by Visual FoxPro, Clipper, dbFast, CodeBase, MultiBase, dbXL, and Arago etc. This tool successfully recovers corrupt DBF file and allows users to save them in their desired location at the same moment. SysInfoTools also incorporate Advance Mode of recovery in the software and coupled with some other features, this recovery Utility becomes a must have tool for database Administrators & users who deals with DBASE files in their day-to-day activities.
DBASE (DBF) Database files are very popular due to their wide availability and acceptance by numerous software vendors and OEM. DBASE was widely acceptable DBMS (DATABSE MANAGEMNT SYSTEM) and it incorporated and used in various platforms like Apple MAC, Linux, DOS and windows. There could be a several reasons which can affect DBASE database files (.dbf). Some of them are discussed below:
It could be damaged because of unexpected or sudden cancellation of Visual FoxPro application.
Unwanted infection from harmful viruses could also be the reason behind the corruption database files.
Most often, unwanted errors which occur on your hard disk drive could be the possible cause behind your database files corruption.
In some cases, any other software applications like anti-virus, games, screen savers etc. could certainly damage your .dbf (s) simply because third party applications frequently collide with the actual applications which create database files such as Visual Fox Pro.
Using low quality hardware components such as network interface cards, switches, network drivers, cables, etc. can also affect database files.
Using older versions of database server and its service packs could also be an important factor which affect .dbf (s).
Last but not the least, file locks which you have made by accident. If any other opens your .dbf which has been locked by you accidentally, as he or she is unable to open it however tries. And this activity could damage your .dbf(s).