After downloading Business Contact Manager Service Pack 2 - I get a message at bootup "Your SQL Server installation is either corrupt or has been tampered with (Could not open SQLEVN70.RLL). Please uninstall then re-run setup to correct this problem." I extracted the download to my external drive E:\ - but installed it in C:\Programs\MySmallBusiness folder - I think I should have installed it in C:\Programs\Office folder (I have Office 2003 PRO with SP2). I have a stand-alone Compaq laptop that came with XP Pro - SQL Server already installed - It came with SQL Server Windows NT Version 2000.80.760.
It came with the usual restore diskettes. I have no separate SQL Server Diskette.
I restored back to an earlier time - but I still get this message. I do not want to disable my "MSC SQL Server services" - I want to install my BCM Service Pack 2 the way it should be installed.
I tried using VCOM Fix-it Utilities 6 PRO Register Cleaner but it shuts my PC off when it seaches for ActiveX/COM files. I know there are errors - but my PC shuts off - no chance for Reg Fixer to repair the registry. Can you show me how to do it manually is possible - or reinstall my SQL Server?