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How to start my local host sql server?

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I just finished installing the sql server 2005 but how do I get the local server start running?  Thank you.  I'm on xp sp3
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on start> services.msc
enter
locate mssql server line
click start
or
cmd
enter
net start mssql

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No instance is found.  I'm re-installing.  Thanks
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