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SQL server 2005 and reporting services installation issue!!!!

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Hi,

I m trying to install SQL server 2005 express edition with advanced options. Setup completes unsuccessfully and during installation it says unable to start database service.
I am trying to install it on vista ultimate 64 bit I have also installed and configured iis7 and asp.net to support 32 bit settings for reporting services. Please advise how to install and configure it correctly.
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hi

reffer to this guide
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934164
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