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I one question I am running a laptop with Win XP, So I can not install SQL server. So how do I get around this?

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SQL Server server software, or the client tools?
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The book says I will need SQL server 7.0 or greater

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Are you running XP Home? XP Pro should be OK with SQL Server. I had a SQL Server 2000 eval disc and I could load onto XP Pro, but didn't see XP home listed in the supported OS's.


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