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Ibsurgeon First Aid 3.5 150


How to Repair Corrupted Firebird or InterBase Databases with IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150


If you have a Firebird or InterBase database that is corrupted and cannot be fixed by the standard tools (gfix and gbak), you may need a more powerful solution: IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150. This is a tool that can automatically diagnose and repair corrupted databases, even if they are severely damaged. In this article, we will show you how to use IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 to recover your data and restore your database.


What is IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150


IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 is a tool that can work with Firebird and InterBase databases directly, on a very low level. It can bypass the errors that cause the database engine to crash and either fix the broken links or export the user data to a new database. It supports Firebird versions from 1.0 to 4.0 and InterBase versions from 4.0 to 2020[^1^].


How to use IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150


The first step is to download IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 from https://ib-aid.com/ibsurgeon-firstaid/. You don't need to register or install anything, just unzip the file and run the executable. Then, open the corrupted database with IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 and double-click on the table name. You will see the table's data pages, where you can browse through the records and check if they are intact.


If you decide to recover the data you see in IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150, you need to purchase a license for the tool. You can choose between different options depending on how many databases you need to recover. You will receive your password in 15 minutes after completing the purchase.


Before you start the recovery process, make sure to read the FirstAID (Firebird and InterBase) Recovery Guide, where you will find detailed instructions and tips on how to perform the recovery safely and effectively.


There are two options to recover your database with IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150: automatic recovery and manual recovery.


Automatic recovery


This is the easiest and fastest option, where IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 will scan your database and fix all the errors it finds automatically. To use this option, follow these steps:


Select your database file in IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 and click on "Recover" button.


Enter your password for the tool and click "OK".


Select a folder where you want to save the recovered database file and click "OK".


Wait for the recovery process to finish. You will see a message saying "Recovery completed successfully" when it's done.


Open your recovered database file with your database engine or application and check if everything is working correctly.


Manual recovery


This is a more advanced option, where you can choose which tables and records you want to recover and export them to a new database file. To use this option, follow these steps:


Select your database file in IBSurgeon First Aid 3.5 150 and click on "Export" button.


Enter your password for the tool and click "OK".


Select a folder where you want to save the new database file and click "OK".


Select which tables you want to export from the list on the left side of the window.


For each table, select which records you want to export from the list on the right side of the window.


Click on "Export" button at the bottom of the 248dff8e21






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