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Failed to install SQL server 2008

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I failed to installed SQL 2008. I attach the log in here. Please assist me with this issue.
Thanks,
Summary-ADDC-20130112-105218.txt
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An attempt was made to install (or update) SQL Server Native Client on a computer where SQL Server Native Client is already installed, and where the existing installation was from an MSI file that was not named sqlncli.msi.
   
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To continue, investigate the reason for the failure, correct the problem, uninstall SQL Server, and then rerun SQL Server Setup
To resolve this error, uninstall the existing version of SQL Server Native Client. To prevent this error, do not install SQL Server Native Client from an MSI file that is not named sqlncli.msi.
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I dont have time to do it now. i will re-install the frest SQL server. Thanks,
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