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I'm installing SQL7 on my NT4.0 laptop. When I try to configure the "Client Network Utility" for my tcp/ip OR trying to setup the Server Enterprise Manager. I got the ERROR 1067
What does this error mean and how can I solve this?

please explain me in brief

Regards,
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by:david_levine
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Have you checked the NT Event Log - application and system? There might be some information there that will help.

Also, make sure you are logged in as administrator when you are doing the installation.

David
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by:nung
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As i look in Event viewer, the error says something like the pipe was not ready or something?
Thanks for your solution , but could you please tell me in brief

appreciated
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Make sure TCP/IP is installed as well as a network adapter of some type (ethernet,loopback,etc).  Do not select tcp/ip as a protocol, use only 'named pipes'.  Make sure to remove the \MSSQL key from the registry before attempting to reinstall.  
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by:david_levine
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Are you installing the server on your machine or just the SQL client?

If you are just setting up a demo machine and will only be using the client to talk to the server on the same machine, try communicating via named pipes instead of tcp/ip.

By default it will use Named Pipes to communicate internally. I'm not sure if this is still true, but it used to *only* communicate locally using named pipes. They might have changed that.
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by:nung
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appreciated, I will try it
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by:nung
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I tried both namepipes and tcp/ip, but it stil didn't work.
I also try to add NAMEPIPE in my network, but I didn't see any?

other advices?

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