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SQL server error

Posted on 2014-02-06
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Hi,
I just got the attached error when opening SSMS, its actually the first time this happened, could someone tell me what do i supposed to do, and how do i know if nothing got damaged?
server-error.doc
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Kyle Abrahams earned 500 total points
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You can recover that file.

Essentially SSMS didn't close properly, and it does an autosave similiar to word on each query window.  When you recover the file you'll see your old script.

Just an FYI . . . you can embed the image directly here which makes it easier for us to view.
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Thanks Kyle,
just wonder, how do you embed it, last time when i clicked on insert image, it showed up as an attachment?
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When you embed the image, you click on the right most icon in the comment box.  Browse to your image, and then after select "embed"

Embed Example

It then will put your image in the middle of the text so it shows up properly :-)
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hi, as you see it doesn't seem to work...maybe depends on the browser? or the type of file?
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Type of file . . . don't use the doc.  Use a png or jpg.  EG:  inside your word doc is just a png or jpg file.  Save that on it's own and upload that.
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testingtestingtesting2
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ok, that worked, thanks!
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Any time.  And like I said if I can come in and look at the picture much more of a chance that I'll respond.  I usually avoid download doc / docx files.
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