Hello, In my database, I have some float fields and our application inserted some rows with "infinity" as the value for these columns. Now we have trouble reading this data from the database, and even SQL Management Studio gives us an "arithmetic overflow" error. I can cast the colum as varchar, so I get 1.#INF or -1.#INF, but I cannot filter, sort, or do anything with this column or else I get the arithmetic overflow error. So far, I am reading the data into a table variable (casting the troubled columns as varchar), then filtering (LIKE '%inf%') to figure out what rows have the incorrect data, and then fixing from there. I was wondering if anyone had any tricks on how to do this differently. I would like to avoid using the table variable, but can't see how I can avoid the arithmetic overflow error. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!