Corrupting database in an VB.NET application in SQL Server 2005

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I have a application in VB.NET with SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. In the last few days, the database is continuously corrupting. I repair it, but the problem continues. I revise my code, but I can't find transactions errors that could produce the problems. Do you have any general ideas?

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  • Denny Cherry
    More information will be needed as to what sort of corruption you are seeing. Have you run a DBCC CHECKDB on the database to see what's wrong with the database?
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  • Chuso
    there are problems with checksums, I fixed all them using dbcc checkdb or dbcc checktable, but I lost a few rows. Now I think I have found the problem, new installations have new kind of computers and I tested them with program SQLioSlim, they donĀ“t pass windows compatibility test to SQL Server, so I belive the problem is in then HW and not in our software Sorry my english, I'm spanish
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