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SQL Server Setup problems


Best Answer SleepyDude , 28 July 2016 - 03:19 PM

After the checks passed you click next and then select the features you want.https://blogs.techne...mm-2008-r2-sp1/ Go to the full post »


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Hello, I am trying for days to understand why I can't install SQL Server 2008 R2, but I always runing into wall

 

I attached the report from setup check...

 

My issue is that it does not recognise my 64-bit processor and OS.

 

I tried also to run the setup to another computer with i5 processor, 64-bit OS and got almost the same results

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Hi,

 

The report doesn't show any errors on the validation check done before the SQL install!


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No, but it does not pass...

It just skips the check

After the installation I saw that 64bit function was not available..


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✓  Best Answer

After the checks passed you click next and then select the features you want.

https://blogs.techne...mm-2008-r2-sp1/


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Hi, thanks for your time!!!

 

I have already done it, but another software tried to connect to database, refused because of processor invalidation in 64-bit

 

I have installed SQL again trying to figure it out..

 

Best regards :)


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Maybe if you post the name of the software and the exact error and code someone could help you.

 

If the software is to specific you probably have to contact the support for that particular software.


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I made a couple more tries and it connected...

 

Thanks a lot for your help.


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