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Uninstalling Microsoft SQL server 2005 has failed

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I have uninstall every thing to do Microsoft SQL server 2005 from the intalled programs under the control panel and every thing looks fine. But the program (MS SQL Server management Studio) still shows in the All program shortcuts. and when clicked it opens fine, but fails to connect to server.

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