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One explanation is that there are RAISERROR statements used for say logging. DECLARE @i int = 600122; RAISERROR (@i,0,1) -- Logging Here @i is used for specifying the message by message id @i and should be RAISERROR ('%d',0,1,@i)


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If you can find .mdf and .ldf file you can try to attach it to the new SQL instance using below: CREATE DATABASE <db_name> ON (FILENAME = '<mdf file path>'), (FILENAME = '<ldf file path>') FOR ATTACH; Also you can check this solution: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61954107/how-to-attach-a-database-by-mdf-file-that-has-...


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