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sometimes the .bak file is created in c and sometimes not. is it correct ? then why so ?
I currently use SQL Server 7, and I have a .bak file downloaded. Can you direct me on how to open this .bak file and how to convert it to allow usage with SQL Server 7?
hai i am using Sqlserver 7.0 version only but currently i download .bak file ,how to open this file and how to convert into Sqlserver 7.0,its very urgent pls help me.................... thank U