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SQL Server automatic startup


SQL Server automatic startup

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I'm having a problem starting SQL Server service. I'm using SQL Server 2008 R2.

It's troublesome for me to go to services to start it up every time I start my pc. It just wont work even if I put it on automatic, after several restarts, it just return back to manual.

I did configure the startup type to automatic, but why does it change back to manual after several times I restarted my pc. Any help on this ?
Peter Maloof
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What OS are you using?
Are you changing the start mode in Configuration Manager, or Server Manager?
Do you see anything in the logs?


Peter MaloofServing Data
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