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I am trying to install SQL Server 2008 R2 on Windows Server 2008, i choosed SQL Server default feature installation. i am getting error at last stage of wizard...following is the description.. 

  Stopped working

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
  Application Name: setup100.exe
  Application Version: 10.50.1600.1
  Application Timestamp: 4bb6742c
  Fault Module Name: mscorwks.dll
  Fault Module Version: 2.0.50727.4200
  Fault Module Timestamp: 4a9ee32d
  Exception Code: c0000005
  Exception Offset: 00000000001870b3
  OS Version: 6.0.6002.
  Locale ID: 16393

Please help me out i have tried the installation for several times..



4 Answers Found


Answer 1


could you pls. paste the setup log (Summary.txt)? It can be found in path like

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Setup Bootstrap\Log\"





Answer 2

I had a similar issue trying to install  either Cumulative Update 1 or 2 - and I found the cause was the new DotNet FrameWork 4.

I renamed my v4.0.30319 directory to BAD in both C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64 and C:\Windows\Mirosoft.NET\Framework .

One I did that - the installer  worked fine.


Answer 3

I couldn't get past the Setup Support Files installation without Joseph's workaround.  I then renamed the folders back to normal right before clicking the final install  button .. else I got a "couldn't find ...\machine.config" file.


Answer 4

I've found now that I have the same problem trying to update sql  2008 SP1 with CU9.

I've filed a bug on the issue:  https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/573043/sql-server-2008-r2-cumulative-updates-wont-install-with-dotnet-framework-4-0-30319





I've been everywhere looking for help about this issue and I keep seeing people saying the exact same thing over and over.  None of which have helped so far.

Background story:

I've got a SQL Server 2005 Standard edition running on Windows Server 2008 R2 (only set up 6 months before).  I had the Service Pack 2 issue with the transactions, so I thought instead of installing the hotfix, I'd install the recent service packs.  This server is for testing and I thought I'd try things on this server before doing the same on the live server.


The problem:

Since installing Service Pack 4 for SQL 2005.  I can't Start/Restart/Stop/Pause the server from within SSMS, menu items are disabled.  I'm sure I could before because I've used the feature, and every other sql server on our network (express x 1/standard x 8/enterprise x 2 versions) still have the Green icon and the Menu items are enabled.  Only this server with the upgrade doesn't work.  So we're not allowed to update the primary server until we know why we've lost the green icon.  Yet we very urgently need to update the server for compliance reasons.


What I've checked:

I'm Administrator on my Windows 7 PC (64 bit) and the Windows 2008 server (64 bit), there is no windows domain.

THe SQL Server runs under the "Local System" account.  All services started up and are running without problems.

I turned off my firewall to see if it would help, didn't do anything then changed back.

I have full access in SQL Server itself.  I was the sysdamin, but I tried making myself db_owner, (just in case) made no difference.

The "sa" account has the exact same problem as using window authentication (I use Windows & SQL Logins).

From every PC in the office but 1 PC the "sa" account has the same problem.  That 1 PC that still works, has the exact same security settings as my PC I can't find what's different, same OS, same versions, even the same hardward except its Raid isn't setup to mirror but strip instead.  "sa" only works from this PC.

--Note:  One of our developers has never seen the green icon.  None of the servers work for him (strange as he has same access as me on everything)

If I logon as me on the server (with Remote Desktop) I get the menu items and the green icon, except I get an "Access Denied" error message when I try to restart.

I've been through every web site and forum and tried looking at all those PC Registry Settings, PC Permissions, PC Policies, Server Permissions, Server Policies.  I've checked how all the services are started & associated permissions for them, I've read through the entire Server Event Logs, I've made everyone an administrator (didn't work then changed back).  Still no change.  Nothing I tried from the advice given worked.


Please help!!!  This problem is holding up upgrades and server changes!  I've been trying to work this out for 4 days now, as you can see above I started trying silly things because I was clutching at straws.  Everything I've read says this problem shouldn't be happening with the current security settings & configuration.


Sorry if this is a simple question, but all my normal sources are giving me blank looks.  We have a Access 2007 database that works fine.  To allow for multiple agents to use it at one time, IT imported the tables to the SQL server.  Now any of the reports that are based on this "where" statement have stopped working without an error code....

WHERE (((Reviewlog.calldate) Between Now() And ((Now())-[Forms].[cadd].[combo39])));


The select statement works correctly with the "where" removed. IT has been no help. I have been unable to find any reason why the statement would work correctly when the tables are local but fail without an error code when the tables are accessed from an SQL server.  Has anybody seen this before?

When trying to install the 64-bit MS Visual Studio Tools for Office 2010 I get this error: External Installer Has Stopper Working!
Everytime I login on my pc I get a message that says "SQL server.exe has stopped working"Can anybody help?

I'm using SQL Server Management Studio 2008 R2.

About a week ago, IntelliSense was working perfectly. In the last couple of days, however, the functionality seems to have disappeared. I've ensured that everything's set as it should be (e.g. IntelliSense enabled, SQLCMD mode off, refresh local cache, etc.) but still nothing.

Even stranger, though, is that IntelliSense seems to work when connected to certain databases, but not others -- even though every one I'm connecting to is indeed SQL Server 2008 (10.50.1600).

Any reason why it would exhibit different behavior (i.e. work or not work altogether) when connected to different databases of the same version? Or why it would suddenly stop working?

Thanks in advance for any ideas/suggestions!



I have an error that I find very puzzling and I have no ideas left. Here's the situation:

I have two very old ASP-applications. They are both the same program basically, but the content is different. Let's call them "old" and "new". These very old ASP-apps (no ASP.NET!!) use an ODBC-connection to access one Access-Database each. Both databases are the same regarding structure, but with different content (let's call them "database old" and "database new"). Now, these very old apps run on a Windows 2000-server that needs to be replaced soon. My task is to move this stuff to a new server and get it working there.

The new server is a Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition 64bit. (The old one was a Windows 2000 Server, 32bit). The Access-databases were created with Access 97 and migrated to Access 2000 at some point in the past. Access 2000 was used on the old server, the new server uses Access 2003 (we used the 32bit-ODBC-connection-tool within the WOW64-subfolder to set up those ODBC-connections).

Now, I have a very odd error. After the migration, one function doesn't work in "application new", but it works in "application old". The ASP in question is identical in both programs and so is the SQL-statement used. However, in "database old" that SQL statement generates a proper response and in "database new" it doesn't (example: when I should get one record as response, I get this one record dozens of times). The identical command, set off in the old environment, works in both applications.

Remember: Both applications use the exact same coding on both servers down to the last letter including an identical SQL statement! Therefore I figured this has to be an environmental issue, some outside configuration I didn't do, because there's no use in rewriting code that works on one machine - broken code never works.

Does anyone have any idea what kind of outside configuration I have to do when moving those applications from this very old server to the new one?


I am trying to install MS Office Accounting Express 2009, and it failed with this error:

Problem signature
Problem Event Name:    APPCRASH
Application Name:    sqlservr.exe
Application Version:    2005.90.3042.0
Application Timestamp:    45cd955b
Fault Module Name:    RPCRT4.dll
Fault Module Version:    6.0.6002.18024
Fault Module Timestamp:    49f05bcc
Exception Code:    c0000005
Exception Offset:    000358fb
OS Version:    6.0.6002.
Locale ID:    2057
Additional Information 1:    7929
Additional Information 2:    7fa8d3d618765b6c2ea56b406231b199
Additional Information 3:    b255
Additional Information 4:    fd4fe7c80c2132d917ce5e613648e9cd

Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID:    1316325344

Hi, I have a server with Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition English and when I try to install SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Spanish the installer give to me:

"SQL Server 2008 R2 Setup has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available."

Previously I changed the Current Format in Regional and Language Options to Spanish to solve a problem with OS Local. The mentioned error appears during the step of install the Setup Support Files, the step stop and show me the error with a "Close program" button, after press the button the installation finish. Thanks in advance.

DELL PowerEdge T710
2 Intel Xeon CPU E5502 1.87GHz

Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64bit ENU (english)
SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard 64bit ESN (spanish)


I'm using a 3rd party API written in C via P/Invoke in C#.  All seems to work well, including the one function that takes a function pointer and calls back to my managed code.  The problem I have is that after some time, the callback code stops working.  That is, the 3rd party API simply stops calling my code.  The 3rd party logs indicate an error of some sort.

Obviously you cannot troubleshoot this 3rd part API, but I would like to confirm I'm not doing anything wrong as far as interop is concerned before contacting the vendor.  I've read several forums in which it has been hinted that the Garbage Collector can clean up (or relocate) the delegate used as the callback function.

Here's what I've got...

The 3rd party C based API declares the following in a header file....

//Native function to be called.
DllLinkage int __cdecl stream (int id, S1 *s1, S2 *s2, int (*callback) (int, char *, UINT), USHORT mode);

//Protototype of the callback function to be passed as the 4th parameter to the native functionint stream_callback (int id, char *buffer, uint length)

I use the following P/Invoke declarations in C# so I can access the C code....

public static extern int stream(int id, IntPtr s1, S2 s2, stream_callback callback, ushort mode);

public delegate int stream_callback(int id, IntPtr buffer, uint length);

Finally, I have a class the uses the code as follows....

publicclass Device
private stream_callback _ecStreamCallback = null;
publicvoid Stream(S2 s2)
   ushort mode = 1;
   if (_ecStreamCallback == null)
     //It's possible that the GC will clean up our delegate before the native code is done with it.//To prevent this, we keep a reference to it.
     _ecStreamCallback = new stream_callback(Callback_Stream_DataAvailable);
   int rv = stream(1, IntPtr.Zero, s2, _ecStreamCallback, mode);
privateint Callback_Stream_DataAvailable(int id, IntPtr pBuffer, uint bufferSize)
   //Do my thing here      


This all works hundreads of times with hundreds of instances of the device class as the process runs.  However, eventually I will see an instance in which stream() is called and Callback_Stream_DataAvailable is not called, with a corresponding error in the 3rd party logs.  Again, I'm not ruling out that this could be a problem with the 3rd party API, but would like to confirm I'm not doing anything wrong or the Garbage Collector is not coming along and messing up my delegate in some manner.

Specifically, do I need to use Marshal.GetFunctionPointerForDelegate() or some other code to make sure a "proper" function pointer is created?




This is probably an easy one, but can I use SQL Server Management Studio Express to work on a regular SQL Server database? If I can, are there any gotchas I should be aware of?


I'm trying to create a linked server from SQL Server r2 to SQL Server 2005 (both 64 bit Enterprise) using the following script

 EXEC master.dbo.sp_addlinkedserver
 @server = N'TestLS'
 ,@provstr='Integrated Security=SSPI;';

I verified that the Kerberos is working.

When I try to run a four part query as below it gives me the error

Msg 18456, Level 14, State 1, Line 1
Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON'.
OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI10" for linked server "TestLS" returned message "Invalid connection string attribute".

If I try to set up the linked server against localhost (i.e. SQL 2008 R2, it works just fine).



I received this response to my previous thread:

"SQLEXPRESS is the default instance name for the SQL Server Express Edition. That edition does not support SSIS. I think yiy should select another instance, or install using the correct edition.

A quick way to see the names of the instances is to look in Services under Control Panel. Look for services called "SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER)".  The MSSQLSERVER part will change, and that is the instance name that you need to target in setup. Note however that MSSQLSERVER is actually the default value when there is no name, also called teh default instance."

First, do I need SSIS to allow Web Installer to connect to a Web site platform like acquia-drupai and then to my SQL Server?  If not, how do I install it?




I am encountering a problem with replication of an indexed view.

My current flow works fine on SQL Server 2005 (enterp.) But is does not work anymore on SQL Server 2008 (enterp.)



On my server(server1), i receive 2 tables via replication from another server(server0). (lets name them tTest1 and tTest2)

I create an indexed view based on those 2 tables. (lets name it idxvTest)

This indexed view(idxvTest) is then replicated to another server(server2), and materialized as a table (tTestidxv).

Any changes made to the tables on server0, are replicated via server1 to server2.


The above situation worked fine in SQL 2005.

However in SQL 2008, i don't get any error messages in the replication, and everything seems to work fine..

But as it appears, changes entered at server0 are being replicated to server1, also the view idxvTest looks fine, but the data is not updated/inserted on the table at server2(tTestidxv)!!

Note: initial setup of the replication from server1 to server2 works correctly, and the snapshot is also delivered. Only the updates after the snapshot don't come through.


Tried checking through the forums and see similiar topics, but all seem to have different error messages. 


Get a call from client whom I'm about to put in a POS system.  One of his other stores that is using Microsoft POS product (about 5 years) old is not working.  I have very little experience with SQL, but I brought the machine back to my office to try and figure it out.


I've tried from Services starting the mssqlserver and it kicks back the "service started and stopped."

When the server starts up the SQL Service manager, it's in a stopped state.  I try to click start and it just stays at stop.

So here are some error logs.

Errors from Event Viewer

18052 :
Error: 2775, Severity: 16, State: 1.

18052 :
Error: 3624, Severity: 20, State: 1.

17052 :
Location:     recovery.c:2440
Expression:     seenCkptEnd
SPID:         3
Process ID:     1984

17066 :
SQL Server Assertion: File: <recovery.c>, line=2440
Failed Assertion = 'seenCkptEnd'.

17125 :
Using dynamic lock allocation. [500] Lock Blocks, [1000] Lock Owner Blocks.

Errorlog file (latest one)

2011-01-04 16:01:10.09 server    Microsoft SQL Server  2000 - 8.00.760 (Intel X86)
    Dec 17 2002 14:22:05
    Copyright (c) 1988-2003 Microsoft Corporation
    Desktop Engine on Windows NT 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 2)

2011-01-04 16:01:10.09 server    Copyright (C) 1988-2002 Microsoft Corporation.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.09 server    All rights reserved.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.09 server    Server Process ID is 1984.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.09 server    Logging SQL Server messages in file 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\LOG\ERRORLOG'.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.10 server    SQL Server is starting at priority class 'normal'(1 CPU detected).
2011-01-04 16:01:10.12 server    SQL Server configured for thread mode processing.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.12 server    Using dynamic lock allocation. [500] Lock Blocks, [1000] Lock Owner Blocks.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.17 spid3     Starting up database 'master'.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.20 spid3     Using 'dbghelp.dll' version '4.0.5'
*Dump thread - spid = 3, PSS = 0x19216098, EC = 0x192163c0
*Stack Dump being sent to C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\log\SQLDump0066.txt
* *******************************************************************************
*   01/04/11 16:01:10 spid 3

*  MODULE                          BASE      END       SIZE
* sqlservr                       00400000  00B2CFFF  0072d000
* ntdll                          7C900000  7C9AFFFF  000b0000
* kernel32                       7C800000  7C8F3FFF  000f4000
* ADVAPI32                       77DD0000  77E6AFFF  0009b000
* RPCRT4                         77E70000  77F00FFF  00091000
* USER32                         77D40000  77DCFFFF  00090000
* GDI32                          77F10000  77F55FFF  00046000
* OPENDS60                       41060000  41065FFF  00006000
* MSVCRT                         77C10000  77C67FFF  00058000
* UMS                            41070000  4107CFFF  0000d000
* SQLSORT                        42AE0000  42B6FFFF  00090000
* MSVCIRT                        002A0000  002B0FFF  00011000
* sqlevn70                       41080000  41086FFF  00007000
* NETAPI32                       5B860000  5B8B3FFF  00054000
* SSNETLIB                       42CF0000  42D04FFF  00015000
* WSOCK32                        71AD0000  71AD8FFF  00009000
* WS2_32                         71AB0000  71AC6FFF  00017000
* WS2HELP                        71AA0000  71AA7FFF  00008000
* SSNMPN70                       410D0000  410D5FFF  00006000
* dbghelp                        02800000  028B4FFF  000b5000
* VERSION                        77C00000  77C07FFF  00008000
*        Edi: 192163C0: 19216098  192163C4  192163C4  192163CC  192163CC  19216030 
*        Esi: 00000000:
*        Eax: 00000000:
*        Ebx: 19216098: 01000003  00000000  00000000  00000000  00000000  00000000 
*        Ecx: 0138DA68: 00000000  0001003F  00000000  00000000  00000000  00000000 
*        Edx: 7C90EB94: 24A48DC3  00000000  0024648D  90909090  24548D90  C32ECD08 
*        Eip: 0087A90E: 4D830088  75FFFFFC  0875FF0C  E8E04D8B  0000002D  64F04D8B 
*        Ebp: 0138DA4C: 0138E26C  0087C41F  19216098  0138E3D0  0138E633  77C3F931 
*      SegCs: 0000001B:
*     EFlags: 00010246: 00630069  006F0072  006F0073  00740066  00530020  004C0051 
*        Esp: 0138DA20: 192163C0  00000000  19216098  0138DA68  19216000  0138DA20 
*      SegSs: 00000023:
* *******************************************************************************
* -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Short Stack Dump
* 0087A90E Module(sqlservr+0047A90E) (GetOSErrString+00003BDB)
* 0087C41F Module(sqlservr+0047C41F) (GetOSErrString+000056EC)
* 00931097 Module(sqlservr+00531097) (CDStream::DumpBytesHex+000A9840)
* 0085DD84 Module(sqlservr+0045DD84) (CDStream::operator=+00066FEC)
* 0050BF79 Module(sqlservr+0010BF79)
* 005100FF Module(sqlservr+001100FF)
* 0050F152 Module(sqlservr+0010F152)
* 0051869B Module(sqlservr+0011869B)
* 00518066 Module(sqlservr+00118066)
* 41074698 Module(UMS+00004698) (UmsThreadScheduler::~UmsThreadScheduler+00000198)
* 542868FF Module(UNKNOWN+00000000)
* -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2011-01-04 16:01:10.23 spid3     SQL Server Assertion: File: <recovery.c>, line=2440
Failed Assertion = 'seenCkptEnd'.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.24 spid3     Location:     recovery.c:2440
Expression:     seenCkptEnd
SPID:         3
Process ID:     1984
2011-01-04 16:01:10.24 spid3     Error: 3624, Severity: 20, State: 1.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.24 spid3     Error: 2775, Severity: 16, State: 1.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.24 spid3     Log dump failed.
2011-01-04 16:01:10.24 spid3     Cannot recover the master database. Exiting.

Anymore information, please let me know.  I do appreciate the help on this.



I developed CLR stored procedures assemblies using VS2005 and deployed in sql server 2005 are working fine. Currently we are migrating to sql server 2008. The same CLR assemblies are not working in 2008 version and raising following error. Here i created CLR assemblies in sql server 2008 using 'sa' user account which is having db_owner permission over 'mydatabase'.

I am getting an error message like "A .NET Framework error occurred during execution of user-defined routine or aggregate".

In sql logs showing messages like as

-- Common language runtime (CLR) functionality initialized using CLR version v2.0.50727 from C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\.

-- AppDomain 2 (mydatabase.dbo[runtime].1) created.


Please let me know what may be the cause for this type of issues.

Is there any specific backward compatibility settings has to be done over sql server 2008 or sql server 2008 R2 while using 2005 CLR routines?


Thanks in advance.


please any one advice me ,i have Great Plain database on SQL server 2005 when i tried to install new SQL server 2008 and restore my Database the GreatPlain not working well as well the Data Base

I get the following error during the installation of this software:

SQL Server Setup has encountered an error when running a Windows Installer file.

Windows Installer error message: The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in safe mode, or if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance.

Windows Installer file: F:\x86\setup\SqlSupport.msi

Windows Installer log file: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20100625_203920\SqlSupport_Cpu32_1_ComponentUpdate.log


The content of the log file is as follows:

=== Verbose logging started: 6/25/2010  20:42:38  Build type: SHIP UNICODE 4.05.6001.00  Calling process: F:\x86\setup100.exe ===
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:42:38:640]: Resetting cached policy values
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:42:38:640]: Machine policy value 'Debug' is 0
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:42:38:640]: ******* RunEngine:
           ******* Product: F:\x86\setup\SqlSupport.msi
           ******* Action:
           ******* CommandLine: **********
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:42:38:640]: Client-side and UI is none or basic: Running entire install on the server.
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:42:38:640]: Grabbed execution mutex.
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:43:08:671]: Failed to connect to server. Error: 0x80080005

MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:43:08:671]: Failed to connect to server.
MSI (c) (44:9C) [20:43:08:671]: MainEngineThread is returning 1601
=== Verbose logging stopped: 6/25/2010  20:43:08 ===

I am running Windows XP, Service Pack 3 and this is the Developer edition of SQL Server 2008.

What can I do at this point?



It keeps telling me there is a previous version of Sql Server 2008 installed, and that I need to install SP1.  I did that, even though I don't have 2008 installed - no luck. I think I may have had a trial version of 2008 at one point.   I tried removing all 2008 pieces through the add/remove programs in the Control Panel, and any directories under Program Files.  I have tried installing it as a standalone with a separate instance and as an upgrate of 2005.  No matter what, it fails.  Of course the installation proceeds through several steps and a half hour or so before it fails, which is extra irritating.  I want to keep Sql Server 2005 installed, if possible, because I'm supporting a big customer (they are on 2008, but I am currently developing and testing on my 2005 version).

I had a similar problem trying to install Visual Studio 2008 professional after having had a trial version of TFS version at one point.  Finally, somone sent me a cleaner script that had been used to clear out Beta versions of VS 2008.   That did the trick.

FYI, I am on Windows 7 Professional.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks, Bob



Currently, the SQL Server 2005 Express SP3 installer requires the presence of .NET 2.0. Can somebody tell me, will it install if the target machine does not have .NET 2.0 installed, but does have .NET 4.0?

If the answer to the previous question is NO: will the future SQL Server 2005 Express SP4 cover this situation? We are planning to migrate our application to .NET 4.0, but maintaining SQL Server 2005 as the embedded database, due (among other facts) to its lower requirements. Our app does NOT use SQLCLR at all.




I have been trying to figure out how to fix this problem for the past couple of days and I was unable to find an answer to my specific problem in the forum.

My OS is Windows XP Professional SP3 on MacBook Pro, using Parallels Desktop 4.0. Every single time Windows update tries to install SQL Server 2005 SP2, it fails. I am using Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007 and SQL Server stops randomly and I am forced to restart the software. I am not sure if it is relevant to this specific problem but I thought I would make a note of this.

I have downloaded SP2 and tried to install it locally but that did not work. Here is the error message I get:

OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (Build 2600)
Package Language: 1033 (ENU)
Package Platform: x86
Package SP Level: 2
Package Version: 3042
Command-line parameters specified:
Cluster Installation: No

Prerequisites Check & Status
SQLSupport: Passed

Products Detected                         Language  Level  Patch Level       Platform  Edition
Express Database Services (MSSMLBIZ)      ENU       SP1    2005.090.2047.00  x86       EXPRESS

Products Disqualified & Reason
Product                                   Reason

Processes Locking Files
Process Name          Feature               Type          User Name                  PID

Product Installation Status
Product                   : Express Database Services (MSSMLBIZ)
Product Version (Previous): 2047
Product Version (Final)   :
Status                    : Failure
Log File                  : C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Setup Bootstrap\LOG\Hotfix\SQL9Express_Hotfix_KB921896_SQLEXPR.EXE
SQL Express Features      : SQL_Data_Files,SQL_Engine,SQL_SharedTools
Error Number              : 11055
Error Description         : Unable to install Windows Installer MSI file

     Unable to install Windows Installer MSI file
     Exit Code Returned: 11055

I would very much appreciated if you someone can provide me guidance.

Thank you in advance for your time.


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