I have an old server with Windows Server 2003 Standard x86 running SQL Server 2000 SP1. I have another server with Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise x64. I am going to install SQL Server 2008 Standard on the 2008 server and migrate the databases from the 2003 server. I've never done this before though I've read quite a bit on the subject. I did run the upgrade wizard with SQL 2008 and it came to the "Select Features" screen where both "Shared Features" and "Redistributable Features" were selected but greyed out. At the top it says, "It is not possible to change the SQL Server features to be upgraded in this release" and at the bottom it says, "There are no features selected for upgrade." What does that mean? I would have thought the upgrade wizard is the best way to upgrade. Not sure how to get past this part.