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installation of reporting services

Postby Mike P » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 00:34:49 GMT


I can't install Reporting Services since it keeps saying that i need
service pack 3A. 
however, i already got SP 4 installed! when i tried to re-install 3A 
over it it says i can't install 3A since i already got 4... seems like 
a dead end! would RS not install on a SQL Server machine with SP 4? 
what can i do? 


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Re: installation of reporting services

Postby Jens » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 00:52:54 GMT

There is a bug in some Check Routines, switching the registry value


should fix your problem.

HTH, jens Suessmeyer.

Re: installation of reporting services

Postby Mike P » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 20:02:50 GMT

Hi Jens,

The current version listed in the registry is 8.00.194, not 8.00.2039.
I've never gone into the registry and made amendments before, am I OK
changing this to 8.00.761?



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Re: installation of reporting services

Postby Jens » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 20:09:33 GMT

Strange thing, yes try this.

HTH, jens Suessmeyer.

Re: installation of reporting services

Postby Mike P » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 20:26:43 GMT


I have tried doing this and I get the same error.  Any other ideas?



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