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Khorshed Alam, Dhaka 6-Mar-13 23:21pm View    
1. Press Windows Key, Type "SQL Server Configuration Manager" in the search box.
2. Open SQL Server Configuration Manager.
3. Select SQL Server Service from Left pane.
4. In the right Window you will be able to see all available instances.
Khorshed Alam, Dhaka 6-Mar-13 10:01am View    
Download "windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe" this one and install it. Afterwards try to install SQL 2012. Hopefully you will be succeeded.
Khorshed Alam, Dhaka 6-Mar-13 5:41am View    
you have Windows 7 SP1 instelled? Id not get it from
Khorshed Alam, Dhaka 6-Mar-13 4:55am View    
What OS you are using WIN7 if so please check you have the latest service pack.Another think, it seems you are attempting to install 64bit version of SQL 2012. Is your OS also 64 bit?
Khorshed Alam, Dhaka 6-Mar-13 4:49am View    
As the table's other columns already contains data so you need to update the newly added columns with proper values. like
UPDATE [Table]
SET NewCol1 = 'Value1',
NewCol1 = 'Value2'
WHERE Id = 1