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Old July 30th, 2003, 03:01 AM
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Can We install SQL Server 2000 on windows XP Professional?

I get the following error when I install on XP.

Cannot register or find username etc

What could be wrong?

Is SQL Server 2k better on Windows 2000 or XP Professional ?

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Old July 30th, 2003, 04:04 AM
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Yes, I am sat here running XP Pro with SQL Server 2000. I didn't install it myself though so can't help with your problem. Sorry!
 
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Hi

I have installed SQL 2000 on XP Pro and did not have a problem.

Which type of user are you when installing and do they have admin rights.

Nickie
 
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quote:Originally posted by nbryson
 Hi

I have installed SQL 2000 on XP Pro and did not have a problem.

Which type of user are you when installing and do they have admin rights.

Nickie
Iam the administrator.Still not working.

Should I install MSDE 2000 default instance and then install SQL Server Database Instance and client tools ?

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Oh, My God !
Why's not ?!

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I had the problem when i installed the standard edition but when i tried the personal edition it worked.

 
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I hate to say "RTFM", but it's all there:
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/evaluat...00/default.asp
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