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There is no sql server instance after installation

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Hi, I'm on windows 7 Enterprise.  I install sql 2005 and sp4 and there is no sql instance on my pc?  How to fix this?  thank you.
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Hi, I was installing a full copy of sql 2005 and not sql 2005 Express.  My machine is Windows 7 Enterprise.  the links you posted are not related to these.  Thank you.
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