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Windows update 4/22/2014 and now SQL Server 2008 does not run

I just installed the most recent Windows Updates and SQL Server 2008 will not start. SQL Server Management Studio 2008 will not load
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
Check the Windows event logs for error messages.
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
How do I get to the event logs. I'm in the add remove programs, looking at installed updates. thanks1
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
Go to Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, event viewer, Windows Logs
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
yes, there are lots of errors under the headers Application and System
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Sam Simon NasserCommented:
does it give you an error? put  snapshot of the error
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
This is a Windows 8.1 system
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
Here is a screen snip
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
did the file upload?
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
this is the screen snip
SnipImage.JPG
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Sam Simon NasserCommented:
can you post an imahe of the error shown when you start SQL management studio?
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
sql server management server error
SQLServer-Mgt.PNG
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
A number of years ago, I purchased a developers version of SQL Server and that is what I have installed on this computer. I have purchased and installed it on at least 4 systems over the years, currently a windows 8.1 box. The errors look like it is a licensing issue? Unbelievable!
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Yes it is a licensing issue, It still has mainstream support until July 8th, 2014, contact Microsoft Licensing
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
I've been trying to contact Microsoft tech support to resolve this issue. Rather than explain, I am posting an email to my client about my experiences.

Hi Troy,

I’ve been in touch with Microsoft tech support (in India).  I’m on hold now on my third attempt. Correction, disconnected for the third time after holding 30 minutes. No one so far has a clue as to what is going on.

I’m going to try the Experts again.

This is unbelievable, or is it?

Phil
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
Do I need to open up a new case to find out how to get Microsoft support? I've been trying all day, Nobody from Microsoft that I've talked with has a clue about my issue. Not only that, nobody has a clue how to get me to a technician. I'm not at all surprised why Microsoft stock hasn't gained any value in the last 13 years.
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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
finally solved, thanks
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