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DPM 2012 issue with SQL

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DPM issue wih reporting back to Database.
In  protection groups for DPM
All Groups Shows Backup to tape failed , but looking at the tapes there are data being written .

Once trying to Right click and run tape backup now  , an error pops up
Unable to connect to the DPM database because the database is in an inconsistent state ID 943

Also no reporting can be run > comes up with a reporting services error
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Are you using a local instance of SQL? you might need to have a look at the database using SQL management studio and health check it that way. Can you locate any specific SQL related errors in the event logs? We need to take DPM out of the equation and focus on the SQL errors.

Have a quick look here

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2152734
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