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How to add new instance SQL 2008 (express) to SBS 2011

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I need use SQL 2008 server on SBS 2011. Is any way to add new instance or add new database to installed instancies SBSMONITORING or SHAREPOINT ? I try any suggestions from here, but without result.
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You can create a new instance by running the install again.
When you get to the instance name screen just choose another name you wish to use.
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It ended with "Performance counter registry hive consistency" failed. For more information see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300956.
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Thanks for suggestions, but it does not work. I used SQLEXPRESS 2012.
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