Is it possible to restore the .DBF-file

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Please, tell me how and what to repair DBF file so that it is not damaged?
When you try to display records from a table (BROWSE) message is displayed: Table ..... \ *. Dbf has become corrupted. This table need be repaired before using again.
Please tell me what to do in this case, and what to use?
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Data changes are guaranteed to be written to the transaction log, but the data pages may still be held in cache. If every transaction had to write affected pages to disk on commit, the disk throughput and cache turnover would be so high that the database would be very slow indeed. The fact that the transaction changes are recorded in the transaction log means that a transaction can always be rolled back if necessary, even if the server crashes. This is why the transaction log is always scanned for transaction to be rolled back / rolled forward on server startup before a database is brought online. You may try read thes, it is a professional data recovery software. Here is page: http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/questions/how-to-fix-mdf-file/
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Efficiently scans the selected DBF file and display the preview of the recovered data and which can be further saved to a new DBF file.It also support for batch repairing of DBF files.

See at: http://www.recoverydeletedfiles.com/dbf-database-recovery-tool.html
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