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Can't re-install sql server 2008 after crash


Can't re-install sql server 2008 after crash

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We had a server crash (bad hard drive) and I re-installed server from tapes (backup exec 12.5)everything works OK except for SQL server. I tried to un-install it at program & Features and it looked like it ran, but now when I try to reinstall it doesn't give me any features to install. That page in the install is blank. I went to the setup command line and tried to uninstall the feature and I got a error message that said the items (SQL, etc) weren't installed.

SQL Server 2008 running on windows server 2008 R2

Any Idea where i can go from here
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any error messages?

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mccarron52 (4/7/2011)
We had a server crash (bad hard drive) and I re-installed server from tapes (backup exec 12.5)everything works OK except for SQL server.


If you re-installed and every thing is working fine except SQL server, If Sql server not working then what is working fine?

I tried to un-install it at program & Features and it looked like it ran, but now when I try to reinstall it doesn't give me any features to install. That page in the install is blank. I went to the setup command line and tried to uninstall the feature and I got a error message that said the items (SQL, etc) weren't installed.

SQL Server 2008 running on windows server 2008 R2

Any Idea where i can go from here


As per my expereance SQL server not properaly un-installed from system,
can you posth the exact error, you should check also bootstrap folder

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not receiving error messages when trying to reinstall. Did not receive any during uninstall. When I try to reinstall the features page where you select what to install is blank like all the features are all installed. There is no longer any SQL server directory.

Other things working on server are AD, DHCP, DNS, file services, web sevices
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You will have to manually uninstall sql server
refer to this kb
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955404

And then install a fresh copy

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An error occurred during the SQL Server 2008 Setup operation.

Error result: -2067529698
Result facility code: 1220
Result error code: 30

For more information, review SQL Server 2008 Setup logs in your temp folder.


Any idea what this error message means?
I don't see any logs in c:\temp. Still looking
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try c:\windows\temp or your user temp directory for those logs.

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mccarron52 (4/8/2011)
An error occurred during the SQL Server 2008 Setup operation.

Error result: -2067529698
Result facility code: 1220
Result error code: 30

For more information, review SQL Server 2008 Setup logs in your temp folder.
Any idea what this error message means?
I don't see any logs in c:\temp. Still looking


Check the logs in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\LOG folder for possible reasons for failure.

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In Order to install again go to run and type REGEDIT and there under softwares->Microsoft-->SQL Server -->delete this SQL Server folder and try to install the SQL Server Again
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mccarron52 (4/8/2011)
Other things working on server are AD, DHCP, DNS, file services, web services


This is not a criticism. I'm only commenting for the benefit of you and your company.

It is definitely NOT a best practice to have the other products you mention ("AD, DHCP, DNS, file services, web services") executing on the same server as your SQL Server.

I know that sometimes, for reasons of economy, companies must do this but if you have the option to move SQL Server or the other products to different servers, I would do so. Doing so is most likely to give you the best results for all of the products and especially SQL Server.

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