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Failed to start the database service MSSQL$MicrosoftSSEE. Repair this product using

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by seven, Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. seven

    seven Thread Starter

    Jun 14, 2003
    I loaded SharePoint 3 and was working ok. Since then the Company removed AD, reloaded AD, change the computer name and domain name.

    I now get the message: "Failed to start the database service MSSQL$Microsoft##SSEE. Repair this product using Add/Remove Programs”

    The service will not start.

    I now cannot start SharePoint 3. I have repaired and removed it. I am VERY new to this, so if anyone can help.

  2. Rockn


    Jul 29, 2001
    You cannot install Sharepoint on a Domain Controller. Why on earth would they remove AD in the first place?
  3. seven

    seven Thread Starter

    Jun 14, 2003
    I had it running on the Domain Controller to start with.
    I have since by passed this SQL error but now It says I have no access when it continues to load
  4. edasx


    Mar 14, 2007

    i had the same issue. Here's what i did:

    i uninstalled iis (windows component), .net2, .net3, wss3, ms sql server 2005 (add/remove programs)

    however i had problem deinstalling sql server 2005, it failed and the services were still hanging in the service list.

    so i followed some stuff from these


    to name it:
    * removed the ms sql register key folder from registry
    * deleted services connected to sql (sc query state= all, sc delete)
    * tried to uninstall using msiexec and msicuu2, msiinv, smartmsizap
    * installed ms sql 2005 express with advanced tools

    after this i've installed wss3 again and it stopped complaining. (uh oh now it says out of memory - i hope it will work =)

    hope this helps... it's not a tutorial, but it should show you the way.

    edasx, http://www.telefonujeme.cz
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