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Sql server 2008R2 standard installation

When installing sql 2008r2 on srv 2008r2 standard ( 64bit) I picked the defaults to install to ( I have 3 drives set up c-install, d-data, e- log files) When its done installing it says 64bit os failed and a bunch of other fails ect, so I am redoing to see if I am doing something wrong. I was hoping to find install instructions w/ pics but only found that with sql 2008. (not R2) I'm sure I will have other install questions, but this is a start.

 
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WizillingCommented:
hi if you have found one for sql 2008 then you can use that. the steps are the same.
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jtanoAuthor Commented:
The one for 2008 only has one installation path at the botton. Its the stupid installation path that is throwing me off and the outcome of the install if I leave it as is (default) This is the image for 2008 as compared to my first post
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jtanoAuthor Commented:
I did find a 2008r2 step by step w/ images and it also only has 1 shared feature directory ( same as pic above in post) Why does mine have two options?
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WizillingCommented:
yours has two options becuase your is a 64 bit machine. the ones with 1 option means they are on a 32 bit machine hence they dont get a choice.
Just leave the defaults options for those two directories and you should be fine.
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jtanoAuthor Commented:
It does install but says 18 were skipped and one of those being 64 bit processor and 64bit OS. I don't understand why those would be skpped if I have 64 bit. Thats the part that is confusing to me.
Thanks for your help!
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WizillingCommented:
can you attach screen shot of what was skipped.
have you also checked the error logs C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log
check for the latest date. can you attach your log file too?
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jtanoAuthor Commented:
I just went ahead and installed with the 2 options since you gave this explanation and I didn't get errors saying it didn't install,,,just didn't install like I thought it should.
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