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Hello I would like to install a new SQLServer 2008 standard so  I copied the x64 directory from a 2008 microsoft Licensing dvd to my c: directory on the machine that I am going to install. I looked for the setup.exe file within the installation section but I cannot find it. Can someone help me with this or tell  me what file should I execute to start the installation. Thanks
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there should be a setup file in the DVD. U can search the DVD.
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