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I have an MS SQL Database that contains BLob data for images.  I have lost some of the image files and now need to use the blob data to recover the image files.  Any help is appreciated.
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You can use ASP to connect to your DB and retrieve those images:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/173308
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