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SQL 2008 SSMS Server Management Studio crashes all the time since last week.


SQL 2008 SSMS Server Management Studio crashes all the time since last week.

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replacing msenv.dll with its higher version seems to have resolved the issue. I just searched it on my server and found higher version in .net folder and copied it to same folder where ssms.exe [SQL management studio] was located

you can get the location by right click properties on SQL management studio in Start>All Programs>.......>SQL management studio.

Hope this helps.
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Alan Levin - Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi Chandra and all who have this problem:I found a sort of solution that works!The error is really in the msenv.dll. I had an older version that I replaced with a newer one in my Program Files\Microsoft SQL SERVER\100\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE directory. My problem msenv.dll was dated 4/28/2008. I replaced it with one dated 7/30/2008.The only issue is when SSMS comes up, it shows none of my databases. I had to reattach them and give them new names.This is definitely a SQL SSMS bug.If any of you have this problem, I would be happy to elaborate further. I'll check this forum quite often.All the Best,Alan


Hi Dear Alan,i have also strucked in the same issue.Can you please tell me the process how to replace msenv.dll dated 4/28/2008 file with dated 7/30/2008 ?.Waiting for your reply.....thanks in advance.
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balanagaraju36 - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:01 AM
Alan Levin - Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi Chandra and all who have this problem:I found a sort of solution that works!The error is really in the msenv.dll. I had an older version that I replaced with a newer one in my Program Files\Microsoft SQL SERVER\100\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE directory. My problem msenv.dll was dated 4/28/2008. I replaced it with one dated 7/30/2008.The only issue is when SSMS comes up, it shows none of my databases. I had to reattach them and give them new names.This is definitely a SQL SSMS bug.If any of you have this problem, I would be happy to elaborate further. I'll check this forum quite often.All the Best,Alan


Hi Dear Alan,i have also strucked in the same issue.Can you please tell me the process how to replace msenv.dll dated 4/28/2008 file with dated 7/30/2008 ?.Waiting for your reply.....thanks in advance.

This is an 8 year old thread but why not use a more up to date version of SSMS?

Thanks

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NorthernSoul - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:27 AM
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Alan Levin - Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi Chandra and all who have this problem:I found a sort of solution that works!The error is really in the msenv.dll. I had an older version that I replaced with a newer one in my Program Files\Microsoft SQL SERVER\100\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE directory. My problem msenv.dll was dated 4/28/2008. I replaced it with one dated 7/30/2008.The only issue is when SSMS comes up, it shows none of my databases. I had to reattach them and give them new names.This is definitely a SQL SSMS bug.If any of you have this problem, I would be happy to elaborate further. I'll check this forum quite often.All the Best,Alan


Hi Dear Alan,i have also strucked in the same issue.Can you please tell me the process how to replace msenv.dll dated 4/28/2008 file with dated 7/30/2008 ?.Waiting for your reply.....thanks in advance.

This is an 8 year old thread but why not use a more up to date version of SSMS?

Thanks


Dear Alen,we are using this old version only in my project.Can you pls tell me the process?
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balanagaraju36 - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:44 AM
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balanagaraju36 - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:01 AM
Alan Levin - Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi Chandra and all who have this problem:I found a sort of solution that works!The error is really in the msenv.dll. I had an older version that I replaced with a newer one in my Program Files\Microsoft SQL SERVER\100\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE directory. My problem msenv.dll was dated 4/28/2008. I replaced it with one dated 7/30/2008.The only issue is when SSMS comes up, it shows none of my databases. I had to reattach them and give them new names.This is definitely a SQL SSMS bug.If any of you have this problem, I would be happy to elaborate further. I'll check this forum quite often.All the Best,Alan


Hi Dear Alan,i have also strucked in the same issue.Can you please tell me the process how to replace msenv.dll dated 4/28/2008 file with dated 7/30/2008 ?.Waiting for your reply.....thanks in advance.

This is an 8 year old thread but why not use a more up to date version of SSMS?

Thanks


Dear Alen,we are using this old version only in my project.Can you pls tell me the process?

There's no reason to use such an old version. Install a newer version and see if that works.

Thanks

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NorthernSoul - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 4:50 AM
balanagaraju36 - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:44 AM
NorthernSoul - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:27 AM
balanagaraju36 - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 3:01 AM
Alan Levin - Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi Chandra and all who have this problem:I found a sort of solution that works!The error is really in the msenv.dll. I had an older version that I replaced with a newer one in my Program Files\Microsoft SQL SERVER\100\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE directory. My problem msenv.dll was dated 4/28/2008. I replaced it with one dated 7/30/2008.The only issue is when SSMS comes up, it shows none of my databases. I had to reattach them and give them new names.This is definitely a SQL SSMS bug.If any of you have this problem, I would be happy to elaborate further. I'll check this forum quite often.All the Best,Alan


Hi Dear Alan,i have also strucked in the same issue.Can you please tell me the process how to replace msenv.dll dated 4/28/2008 file with dated 7/30/2008 ?.Waiting for your reply.....thanks in advance.

This is an 8 year old thread but why not use a more up to date version of SSMS?

Thanks


Dear Alen,we are using this old version only in my project.Can you pls tell me the process?

There's no reason to use such an old version. Install a newer version and see if that works.

Thanks


No Mr.Alen,i want to work and install in old version only.Tell me how to do in old version i.e; SQL Server 2008.
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