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Am trying to restore a backup created on another sql 6.5 server . When i restore on my instance ,it give error like original backup created with sort code 54 , you are using 52
how do i resolve ?
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The backup MUST be restored to a server that has the SAME sort code....
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How do i change the Sort Code On SQL 6.5
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It's not an easy task you'll have to rebuild the databases and reload the data.  That's why they tell you to choose the settings wisely when you install....
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