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install sql server 2000 on windows xp 2002

hello, i just tried to intall ms sql server 2000 and got three questions to ask:

i'm using this cd: MS SQL Server 2000 standard edition.

1. after open the cd on my pc , there is a "pre-requirement "option, when clicking on it, it shows" install common control library (only windows 95). my pc o.s. is windows xp 2002 professional, so i guess i don't need to install it ?

2. when i click on the "ms sql 2000 components", there are three options: install database server; install analysis serveices; install english query

after clicked install database server, i got the a message: MS SQL Server 200 Standard Edition Server components is not supported on this operating system, only client component will be available for installation.

i am not sure what does this mean? my pc is windows xp 2002 professional.

3. also i didn't find enterprise manager on this cd , should it on another cd: MS SQL Server service pack 3a ?

thanks very much ,
lilyyan
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
You need to go with Developer edition as Std edition needs server os

http://www.microsoft.com/sql/prodinfo/previousversions/system-requirements.mspx
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lilyyanAuthor Commented:
Hello, I still have a question:

since: after clicked install database server, i got the a message: MS SQL Server 200 Standard Edition Server components is not supported on this operating system, only client component will be available for installation.

if i click "ok", then go ahead to install, which components will be installed?

Well, not sure if this question will be answered. Just try my luck.
Thanks very much,
lilyyan
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