Download and install the DRS MySQL Database Recovery Tool. Run it as administrator
Click on the Open button to choose the desired MySQL file.
In the Select file wizard, click on the Browse button. It will open the file explorer.
Now, select the file and click on the OK button to add the MySQL file.
Again, press the OK button.
After successfully scanning the selected file, you will see a tree structure in the left pane. Click on the desired item to check its content.
Click on the Save MySQL Data button to save the recovered MySQL data.
Now, you see the Save Database wizard. There are two options: Save in Database and Save as Script.
The Save in Database option allows you to directly save the recovered file to the database. Fill in appropriate server details and press Test Connection.
After that, opt for the Save as Script option if you want to download the recovered file into your system.
Define the saving folder for the recovered item.
At last, click on the OK button.
Now, you have successfully saved the recovered database file. Click OK to close the pop-up.