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Is it possible to install MS sql server (7 or 6.5) on a pc that has win98 ?...is so how?...I tried it but it only installed the client not the server?....
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SQL 6.5 cannot be installed on Win98/95 but 7.0 can. Simply run setup and choose desktop edition.
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Thanks for the response.....

when I execute select @@version it give me the following info....but I am not sure if my version of ms sql server 7 is beta or full or ??
any ideas...

Microsoft SQL Server  7.00 - 7.00.623 (Intel X86) Nov 23 1998 21:08:09
Copyright (c) 1988-1998 Microsoft Corporation
Desktop Edition on Windows 4.10 (Build 1998:  )
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