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which version of Sql Server 2005 for Win XP Pro

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one of my friends has three iso files ...ia64,x64 and x86 versions of Enterprise edition of Sql Server 2005...
now which of these three can be installed on Win XP Pro ?

Thanks in advance
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you need the SQL server standard edition or Developer edition
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