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Default Converting from MS SQL 2005 to Sql Epress edition

Hi folks,

I was working on MS sql server 2005 evalution where i have built a number of databases. However, i came to discove that the evalution version has expried before i finished my work. Now i have disinstalled the sql server 2005 and installed the Sql express edition.

My concern here is how can i keep my databases so they can work with sql express edition?

Thank you very much in advance.

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