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Restore MSSQL database from lfd file

I have a set of files [url removed, login to view] (1,6GB) and [url removed, login to view] (520 MB). The MSSQL database is set to full restore mode.

Recently the [url removed, login to view] had an import that has overwritten most usefull data, making the database useless. Unfortunately there is no recent backup. Last full backup is from [url removed, login to view] (today is [url removed, login to view]). I have read alot about restoring databases but it all seem to require a recent full backup. I think this data is lost now, but it is important to try anything possible to get data out of the database. I dont really need a new working database, but i really need to get out the usefull data in a readable format. The usefull data is the data registered during january before the import was done (30 jan.).

The [url removed, login to view] file is still as large as it was earlier so i was wondering if there is a way to do either

1. Reconstruct data from just the [url removed, login to view] file and use "point in time" feature to a point in time before the import was made.

2. Restore old [url removed, login to view] file from backup and then use [url removed, login to view] to insert all transactions to a point in time before the import was made.

If anyone have a working solution for this i gladly pay for the service.

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