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Know How to Fix SQL Server Error Code 3414 Issue

Published By Mohit Jha
Tej Pratap Shukla
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Published On December 20th, 2021
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Microsoft SQL server is a relational database management system that is used to store and extract data from the connected application. It is a secure and safe database server. But this application is also prone to unexpected errors. One of the common error faced by the users is SQL server Error Code 3414. So due to this problem the user has to face immense inconveniences in accessing their data. Until the error is resolved the SQL user will be restricted to working with the database.

This post shed some light on the topic of SQL server error code 3414. We will discuss the main possible causes of this problem. We will also discuss the solution of this problem by using the manual as a well automated solution. So keep reading here…

SQL Server Error Code 3414: Everything You Need To Know

This type of error can occur when the SQL server does not start during the login or startup of database recovery. Also, the status of the database is set to suspect mode. The suspect status can be seen in SSMS and in sys.databases.state_desc. In case if the user tried to operate the database then the user might encounter “SQL server database suspect error 926”. The basic reason for this error SQL server error code 3414 is the same SPID value (SQL Server Process ID) in the server log file. So if you want to resolve this problem then the user can try to restore from the backup. But many times the user will not be able to recover the database from the backup. So, in that case, the user can take the help of an automated solution to resolve this issue.


Resolve SQL server Error Code 3414 By Using Manual Workarounds

The user can try to resolve this problem manually. This manual technique helps the user to retrieve the database in an online and accessible state. But this method does not guarantee the consistency of the transactions. Follow the commands to repair the database.

  1. This set of commands will put the SQL database in emergency mode.

EXEC sp_resetstatus ‘database name’;
ALTER DATABASE database name SET Emergency

2. Now perform the integrity and the consistency check on the database.

DBCC CHECKDB (‘database name’)

3. This check will recommend the minimum repair level. Now set the database to a single user to allow repair.


4. Now the user has to run the repair command as shown below



5. After the completion of the repair, set the database to the multi-user to allow connections.


Note: In some cases, DBCC CHECKDB fails to repair recover database from the suspect mode. So, in that case, the user can copy out as much as data from the suspect mode. So in order to do this, the user simply needs to put the database in Emergency mode. This helps the user to access the database. So the user has to copy the database into a new database. Try to use the following command to put the database in the EMERGENCY mode.

EXEC sp_resetstatus ‘database name’

Automated Solution to Solve SQL Server Error Code 3414

In case if by using the above method failed to fix this error then, in that case, the user can try SQL Database Recovery. This software can easily recover the corrupt SQL database items. Also the user by using this software the user can easily recover table, views, stored procedure, functions, triggers, etc. This application has a simple and intuitive user interface so that everyone can easily use this software with ease.

Final Words

In this article, we have discussed the SQL server error code 3414 problem faced by most of the users. We have given the reasons for this problem and to resolve this issue we have given the manual as well as an automated solution. If the user won’t be able to repair the corrupted database of SQL server then, in that case, the user can try to take the help of automated solution to resolve this issue.


By Mohit Jha

Mohit is a Microsoft-certified expert who has assisted thousands of clients with Outlook & Microsoft Office 365 issues. He enjoys writing on email clients as well as data migration. He is always excited about giving troubled readers the most up-to-date knowledge, explanation, and refinements.