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I'm installing SQL Server 2008 R2 using a DVD that says 32/64onto a Windows Server 2008 R2 server. I want to install the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2008 R2. I am installing SQL Server with the failover cluster feature enabled and configured. However, when I run the SQL Server 2008 R2 setup file I get the following error.
Download this patch package to your computer. Make sure that you download the patch package that corresponds to the required platform. In this example, the package is SQLServer2008R2-KB981355-x64.exe.
To obtain a list of all the missing Windows Installer cache files that are related to the SQL Server product components, you can download the SQL Server 2008 R2 BPA tool that is mentioned in the More Information section.
Different versions of the product generate different error messages for the problem that is described. The error messages that are mentioned in the Symptoms section appear for updates starting with SQL Server 2008 SP1. For other updates, you receive error messages that may not clearly specify which patch file is missing from the Windows Installer cache and the specific update details. For these error messages, the setup log files will contain information about the missing Windows Installer cache file. A sample setup log resembles the following:
If you use SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 3 (SP3) or a later version, you can also receive a similar error message for the missing .msi files. By using this error message, you can quickly determine which file is missing, what service pack to download, and where you can find the download.
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KB4057113 Installation Issue - sqlsupport.msi
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KB4057113 Installation Issue - sqlsupport.msi amy26
Ok, I'm trying to install this security patch. When I first started trying, it kept saying I can't files... I had to copy a ton of files to c:\windows\installer to even get the install wizard to pop up. I thought I had fixed it and it started installing. I got to the update progress section and then it popped up a window saying the feature you are trying to use is on a network resource is unavailable. It asked me to tell it where sqlsupport.msi is. I did... but it doesn't like it. It then says the file is not a valid installation package product for SQL Server 2008 R2.
This article describes how to update or slipstream a failed installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 by using the latest Cumulative Update (CU) or latest Service Pack (SP). Use these instructions when you cannot install SQL Server 2008 because of a known issue in the Setup program. The SQL Server 2008 Setup hotfixes section lists the Microsoft Knowledge Base articles that describe known setup issues and explains how to obtain the latest update.
It is recommended that you update or slipstream the original SQL Server 2008 by using Service Pack 1 because Service Pack enables to update the entire product. A CU that is based on the original SQL Server 2008 release can only update the SQL Support component.
When you run the original release version of SQL Server 2008 Setup, the Setup program copies itself on the local computer, and then reruns from the local copy. Therefore, if there is a later version of the support files on the computer, the Setup program will run these updated files. Therefore, you can update the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files before you run the Setup.exe file.
Starting from SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1, you can update SQL Server 2008 by using the slipstream infrastructure. When you install Service Pack 1 by using the slipstream procedure or install to an existing SQL Server 2008 installation, an entry is created for the Service Pack in Add or Remove Programs. You can uninstall the service pack by using this entry.
To verify whether a service pack is installed correctly, run the SQL Discovery report that is available in the SQL Server 2008 Installation Center. You should see the features are version 10. n. xxxx, where n represents the service pack version. For example, 10.1. xxxx represents Service Pack 1.
If the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files are installed on the computer, you apply a CU or a hotfix to update the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files, and then rerun the Setup program from the DVD or the network share.
To determine whether the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files are installed on the computer, view the entry by using Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel in operating systems that are earlier than Windows Vista. In Windows Vista or later versions of Windows, view the entry by using Programs and Features in Control Panel. To apply a CU or a hotfix and run the Setup program, follow these steps:
If a fix is available through a hotfix, download the CU or the hotfix, and then install it on the computer by running the .exe file or by using the command line. The package detects the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files on the computer and then applies a new version of the SQLSupport.msi file.
If you add features to an instance that already has the database service installed through slipstreaming, the installation may fail. To work around this issue, you need to add feature by using the original SQL Server 2008 source media or upgrade the instance to SP1 and then use the slipstream infrastructure.
To use these methods, the administrator must obtain the updated SQL Server 2008 Setup support files by downloading the latest CU or hotfix, or service pack. For information about the Setup fixes that are included in the latest hotfix and for information about how to download the hotfix, see the SQL Server 2008 Setup hotfixes section. After you obtain the updated SQL Server 2008 Setup support files, use one of the following methods.
Run the service pack to install Setup files on the computer. You will receive a Setup Support Files dialog box if the Setup support files have not been installed. You can also run the following file to install the setup support files: C:\SP1\x64\setup\1033\sqlsupport.msi.
This procedure describes how to create a new source media that will slipstream the original source media and SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1. When you create this merged drop, you can install SQL Server 2008 SP1 in a single step.
Run the following commands to copy all files (not the folders), except the Microsoft.SQL.Chainer.PackageData.dll file, in C:\SQLServer2008_FullSP1\PCU\Architecture to C:\SQLServer2008_FullSP1\Architecture to update the original files.
You should not perform the slipstream procedure to apply SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1 for the SQL Server 2008 Express edition. SQL Server 2008 Express Edition SP1 is already a merged drop. However, you can use the slipstream procedure to apply a cumulative update for the SQL Server 2008 Express edition.
Install any prerequisite components for SQL Server 2008 if they are not already installed. Microsoft Windows Installer 4.5 must be installed. You must install the .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 for SQL Server 2008 Express Edition and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 for other editions. You must download the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 from the internet and apply the SP1 manually.
Double-click the hotfix package to install the SQL Server 2008 Setup support files. After you extract the contents of the package, the updated SQL Server 2008 Setup support files will be installed. The hotfix package will complete the installation without notifying you when it is completed. To confirm that the files are installed, view the entry by using the Add or Remove Programs item in Control Panel in operating systems that are earlier than Windows Vista. In Windows Vista or later versions of Windows, view the entry by using the Programs and Features item in Control Panel.
Download the hotfix that includes the updated SQL Server 2008 Setup support files that you want to use to update the original media files. You must download the hotfixes for x86, x64, and IA-64 platforms because the original media contains the files for each platform.