Where to start ... On 6/2 we lost a major system that we found relies on a database that hasn't been backed up since 5/7. We lost 3 of 4 HDD in a RAID5 array. We sent the drives to a recovery firm and they have recovered all of the data. However, the timestamp on the MDF and LDF files for this database still show 5/7. I am assuming the timestamp may not change if SQL state hadn't been changed (backup/reboot). I did finally get the files mounted and usable. However, it looks like the data is still only from 5/7. The data recovery firm says this should be the latest data. Is it possible there is something in the log files yet after the 5/7 date? This is on a SQL 2000 server. I am an infrastructure/net admin so my SQL knowledge doesn't run exteremly deep. I appreciate any info one may have. Best Regards, Nate
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