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Install SQL Server 2008 x64 The INSTANCESHAREDWOWDIR command line value is not valid

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hi

while trying to install sql server 2008 i came across this error  where i cannot complete the install


The INSTANCESHAREDWOWDIR command line value is not valid

technet had no information on this anyone got the answers i would sure appreciate them
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by:Mohed Sharfi
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Hi
I hope you fine
I think this my be help you
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955458
thanks
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by:redisolutions
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Hi guys

so i cant change the default path or in order to i need vs 2008 sp1 installed ?
its really vague need more info if possible thanks
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