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Cann't upgrate service pack 1 sql for SCCM

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HI

i know for install SCCM i must upgrate my SQL SERVER to SP1 and then 2

while i install service pack 1 i got error

 

i have windows server 2008R2 64B

 

and SQL SERVER 2008

 

i tried to install sccm 2012

 

somebody can help me please

 

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Your SQL server needs to contain a fully installed instance before you can update it. Did you already installed a instance for ConfigMgr?

 

If not, do that first and then run the SP1 update again! ^_^

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i have full installation of SQL after i install SQL i performed install of sccm

 

what is configmgr ?

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oo ok yes i did install configmgr but the installation cannt continue because i can error of "sql must be sp2 or 3"

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You should update the SQL server you have installed earlier. Please consider the following table.

 

"Configurations for the SQL Server Site Database"

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682077.aspx

Determine wich version of SQL Server you have running and update it before running the ConfigMgr installation wizard again.

 

The following link will take you to one of the Technet SQL Pages containing all the versions/updates you'll need.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/ff803383.aspx

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