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SQL Server 2000 Installation error

Hi,

I was installing SQL Server on my machine and during installation my PC
freezed. It happens frequently on my machine. So i tried after
restarting to install it again and since then i always get the same
error message:
"An error occurred while creating one or more registry entries. Please
see C:\WINDOWS\sqls tp.log for details. The problem could be caused by a
low registry quota condition"
I have tried to clean the registry and i don't know what else i could
do to solve this issue.

The log file lists the following:

14:22:27 Begin Setup
14:22:27 8.00.194
14:22:27 Mode = Normal
14:22:27 ModeType = NORMAL
14:22:27 GetDefinitionEx returned: 0, Extended: 0x0
14:22:27 ValueFTS returned: 1
14:22:27 ValuePID returned: 1
14:22:27 ValueLic returned: 0
14:22:27 System: Windows NT WorkStation
14:22:27 SQL Server ProductType: Developer Edition [0x3]
14:22:27 Begin Action: SetupInitialize
14:22:27 End Action SetupInitialize
14:22:27 Begin Action: SetupInstall
14:22:27 Reading
Software\Micros oft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\Com monFilesDir ...
14:22:27 CommonFilesDir= C:\Programme\Ge meinsame Dateien
14:22:27 Windows Directory=C:\WI NDOWS\
14:22:27 Program Files=C:\Progra mme\
14:22:27 TEMPDIR=C:\WIND OWS\TEMP\
14:22:27 Begin Action: SetupInstall
14:22:27 digpid size : 256
14:22:27 digpid size : 164
14:22:27 Begin Action: CheckFixedRequi rements
14:22:27 Platform ID: 0xf000000
14:22:27 Version: 5.1.2600
14:22:27 File Version - C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\shdocvw.dl l: 6.0.2900.2805
14:22:27 End Action: CheckFixedRequi rements
14:22:27 Begin Action: ShowDialogs
14:22:27 Initial Dialog Mask: 0x83000f7, Disable Back=0x1
14:22:27 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x1
14:22:27 Begin Action: DialogShowSdWel come
14:22:28 End Action DialogShowSdWel come
14:22:28 Dialog 0x1 returned: 1
14:22:28 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:28 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x2,in dex=1
14:22:28 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x2
14:22:28 Begin Action: DialogShowSdMac hineName
14:22:30 ShowDlgMachine returned: 1
14:22:30 Name = COOSA, Type = 0x1
14:22:30 Begin Action: CheckRequiremen ts
14:22:30 Processor Architecture: x86 (Pentium)
14:22:30 Service Pack: 512
14:22:30 ComputerName: COOSA
14:22:30 User Name: admin
14:22:30 IsAllAccessAllo wed returned: 1
14:22:30 OS Language: 0x401
14:22:30 End Action CheckRequiremen ts
14:22:30 This combination of Package and Operating System allows a full
product install.
14:22:30 CreateSetupTopo logy(COOSA), Handle : 0x1b04098, returned : 0
14:22:30 CreateSetupTopo logy returned : 0, Handle : 0x1b04098
14:22:30 Topology Type : 1, Return Value : 0
14:22:30 ST_GetPhysicalN ode returned : 0, PNHandle : 0x1b040c0
14:22:30 PN_EnumerateEx returned : 0
14:22:30 PN_GetSQLStates returned : 0, SqlStates : 0x80000000
14:22:30 PN_StartScan [0x1b040c0] returned : 0
14:22:30 PN_GetNext [0x1b040c0] returned : 18, Handle: [0x0]
14:22:30 No more items in enumeration.
14:22:30 ReleaseSetupTop ology
14:22:30 Named instance limit: 100, quota: 0
14:22:30 End Action DialogShowSdMac hineName
14:22:30 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:22:30 nFullMask = 0x83000f7, nCurrent = 0x2, nDirection = 0
14:22:30 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbf00037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:22:30 Dialog 0x2 returned: 0
14:22:30 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:30 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x4,in dex=2
14:22:30 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x4
14:22:30 Begin Action: DialogShowSdIns tallMode
14:22:36 ShowDlgInstallM ode returned: 1
14:22:36 InstallMode : 0x1
14:22:36 End Action DialogShowSdIns tallMode
14:22:36 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:22:36 nFullMask = 0xbf00037, nCurrent = 0x4, nDirection = 1
14:22:36 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbf40037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:22:36 Dialog 0x4 returned: 1
14:22:36 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:36 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x10,i ndex=4
14:22:36 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x10
14:22:36 Begin Action: DialogShowSdReg isterUserEx
14:22:42 End Action DialogShowSdReg isterUserEx
14:22:42 Dialog 0x10 returned: 1
14:22:42 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:42 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x20,i ndex=5
14:22:42 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x20
14:22:42 Begin Action: DialogShowSdLic ense
14:22:43 End Action DialogShowSdLic ense
14:22:43 Dialog 0x20 returned: 1
14:22:43 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:43 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x4000 0,index=18
14:22:43 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x40000
14:22:43 Begin Action: DialogShowSdCli Svr
14:22:43 DisplaySystemPr eReq
14:22:45 ShowDlgClientSe rverSelect returned: 1
14:22:45 Type : 0x2
14:22:45 End Action DialogShowSdCli Svr
14:22:45 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:22:45 nFullMask = 0xbf40037, nCurrent = 0x40000, nDirection = 1
14:22:45 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbfc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:22:45 Dialog 0x40000 returned: 1
14:22:45 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:45 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x8000 0,index=19
14:22:45 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x80000
14:22:45 Begin Action: DialogShowSdIns tanceName
14:22:45 Begin Action: ShowDlgInstance Name
14:22:47 End Action: ShowDlgInstance Name
14:22:47 ShowDlgInstance Name returned : 1
14:22:47 InstanceName : MSSQLSERVER
14:22:47 CreateSetupTopo logy(COOSA), Handle : 0x1b04098, returned : 0
14:22:47 CreateSetupTopo logy returned : 0, Handle : 0x1b04098
14:22:47 Topology Type : 1, Return Value : 0
14:22:47 ST_GetPhysicalN ode returned : 0, PNHandle : 0x1b040c0
14:22:47 PN_EnumerateEx returned : 0
14:22:47 PN_GetSQLStates returned : 0, SqlStates : 0x80000000
14:22:47 PN_StartScan [0x1b040c0] returned : 0
14:22:47 PN_GetNext [0x1b040c0] returned : 18, Handle: [0x0]
14:22:47 No more items in enumeration.
14:22:47 ReleaseSetupTop ology
14:22:47 End Action DialogShowSdIns tanceName
14:22:47 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:22:47 nFullMask = 0xbfc0037, nCurrent = 0x80000, nDirection = 1
14:22:47 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbfc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:22:47 Dialog 0x80000 returned: 1
14:22:47 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:22:47 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x1000 00,index=20
14:22:47 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x100000
14:22:47 Begin Action: DialogShowSdSet upType
14:22:47 Begin Action: Setup Type
14:23:05 SQL program folder: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server
14:23:05 SQL data folder: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server
14:23:05 Windows system folder: C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\
14:23:05 Prog req: 38073, Data req: 34432, Sys req: 158694
14:23:05 Prog avail: 1481708, Data avail: 1481708, Sys avail: 1481708
14:23:05 Prog req vs. avail, 231199, 1481708
14:23:05 Data req vs. avail, 34432, 1481708
14:23:05 Sys req vs. avail, 193126, 1481708
14:23:05 DisplaySystemPr eReq
14:23:05 [SetupTypeSQL]
14:23:05 szDir = C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server
14:23:05 szDir = %PROGRAMFILES%\ Microsoft SQL Server
14:23:05 Result = 301
14:23:05 szDataDir = C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server
14:23:05 szDataDir = %PROGRAMFILES%\ Microsoft SQL Server
14:23:05 End Action: Setup Type
14:23:05 Setup Type: Typical (301)
14:23:05 End Action DialogShowSdSet upType
14:23:05 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:05 nFullMask = 0xbfc0037, nCurrent = 0x100000, nDirection = 301
14:23:05 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:05 Dialog 0x100000 returned: 301
14:23:05 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:05 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x4000 00,index=22
14:23:05 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x400000
14:23:05 Begin Action: DlgServices
14:23:10 ShowDlgServices returned: 1
14:23:10 [DlgServices]
14:23:10 Local-Domain = 3855
14:23:10 AutoStart = 15
14:23:10 Result = 1
14:23:10 End Action DlgServices
14:23:10 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:10 nFullMask = 0xbdc0037, nCurrent = 0x400000, nDirection = 1
14:23:10 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:10 Dialog 0x400000 returned: 1
14:23:10 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:10 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x8000 00,index=23
14:23:10 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x800000
14:23:10 Begin Action: DlgSQLSecurity
14:23:12 ShowDlgSQLSecur ity returned: 1
14:23:12 LoginMode = 1,szPwd
14:23:12 End Action DlgSQLSecurity
14:23:12 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:12 nFullMask = 0xbdc0037, nCurrent = 0x800000, nDirection = 1
14:23:12 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:12 Dialog 0x800000 returned: 1
14:23:12 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:12 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x1000 000,index=24
14:23:12 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x1000000
14:23:12 Begin Action: DlgCollation
14:23:12 ShowDlgCollatio n returned: 1
14:23:12 collation_name = Arabic_CI_AS,lo cale_name = Arabic,lcid =
0x401,SortId = 0,dwCompFlags = 0x30001
14:23:12 End Action DlgCollation
14:23:12 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:12 nFullMask = 0xbdc0037, nCurrent = 0x1000000, nDirection = 1
14:23:12 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:12 Dialog 0x1000000 returned: 1
14:23:12 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:12 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x2000 000,index=25
14:23:12 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x2000000
14:23:12 Begin Action: DlgNetwork
14:23:12 ShowDlgNetwork returned: 1
14:23:12 [DlgServerNetwor k]
14:23:12 NetworkLibs = 255
14:23:12 TCPPort = 1433
14:23:12 TCPPrxy = Default
14:23:12 NMPPipeName = \\.\pipe\sql\qu ery
14:23:12 Result = 1
14:23:12 End Action DlgNetwork
14:23:12 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:12 nFullMask = 0xbdc0037, nCurrent = 0x2000000, nDirection = 1
14:23:12 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:12 Dialog 0x2000000 returned: 1
14:23:12 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:12 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x8000 000,index=27
14:23:12 Begin Action ShowDialogsHlpr : 0x8000000
14:23:12 Begin Action: DialogShowSdSta rtCopy
14:23:13 End Action DialogShowSdSta rtCopy
14:23:13 begin ShowDialogsUpda teMask
14:23:13 nFullMask = 0xbdc0037, nCurrent = 0x8000000, nDirection = 1
14:23:13 Updated Dialog Mask: 0xbdc0037, Disable Back = 0x1
14:23:13 Dialog 0x8000000 returned: 1
14:23:13 End Action ShowDialogsHlpr
14:23:13 ShowDialogsGetD ialog returned: nCurrent=0x0,in dex=0
14:23:13 End Action ShowDialogs
14:23:13 Begin Action ProcessBeforeDa taMove:
14:23:13 DeinstallStart returned (C:\Programme\M icrosoft SQL
Server\MSSQL): 0
14:23:13 End Action ProcessBeforeDa taMove:
14:23:13 Begin Action SetToolsCompone ntSelection:
14:23:13 End Action SetToolsCompone ntSelection:
14:23:13 Begin Action ProcessComponen tSelection:
14:23:13 End Action ProcessComponen tSelection
14:23:13 Begin Action LogSelectedComp onents:
14:23:13 SQLProg
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\Help
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\SCMDev
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\SCMDev\SCMh
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\SCMDev\SCMX86 Lb
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\SCMDev\SCMALb
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\Rs1033
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\RsIntl
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\ActiveX
14:23:13 SQLProg\SQLServ r\System
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s\UpgSys
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s\ActiveX
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s\Res1033
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s\ResOther
14:23:13 SQLProg\UpgTool s\Resld
14:23:13 SQLProg\ReplSup p
14:23:13 SQLProg\ReplSup p\ReplDat
14:23:13 SQLProg\ReplSup p\RepComm
14:23:13 SQLProg\ReplSup p\RepNoDk
14:23:13 SQLProg\ReplSup p\ActiveX
14:23:13 SQLProg\Install
14:23:13 SQLProg\System
14:23:13 SQLProg\SvrExt
14:23:13 SQLProg\SvrExt\ Help
14:23:13 SQLProg\SvrExt\ SvrExtRs
14:23:13 SQLProg\SvrExt\ ResIntl
14:23:13 SQLProg\Dat
14:23:13 SQLProg\DatSmpl
14:23:13 SQLProg\BaseSys
14:23:13 SQLProg\BaseBin n
14:23:13 SQLProg\BaseIns t
14:23:13 SQLProg\Symbols
14:23:13 SQLProg\Symbols \EXE
14:23:13 SQLProg\Symbols \DLL
14:23:13 SQLProg\Perfmon
14:23:13 SQLProg\Perfmon \System
14:23:13 SQLProg\Root
14:23:13 MgtTool
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\HTM L
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\MSD 98
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\MSD 98SYS
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\MSD 98Res
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\MSD 98Hlp
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Hel p
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Res 1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Res Intl
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\MSD 98RsI
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Act iveX
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Act iveX\Res1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Act iveX\ResIntl
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\Scr ipts
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\OLE DB
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\OLE DB\Res1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\SEM\OLE DB\ResIntl
14:23:13 MgtTool\Profile r
14:23:13 MgtTool\Profile r\Help
14:23:13 MgtTool\Profile r\Res1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\Profile r\ResIntl
14:23:13 MgtTool\Qryanlz
14:23:13 MgtTool\Qryanlz \Help
14:23:13 MgtTool\Qryanlz \Res1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\Qryanlz \ResIntl
14:23:13 MgtTool\DTCCLi
14:23:13 MgtTool\Wzcnflc t
14:23:13 MgtTool\Wzcnflc t\WzcnHlp
14:23:13 MgtTool\Wzcnflc t\Wzcn1033
14:23:13 MgtTool\Wzcnflc t\WzcnOthr
14:23:13 MgtTool\Wzcnflc t\WzcnCmn
14:23:13 MgtTool\UtilSys
14:23:13 MgtTool\UtilBin n
14:23:13 Connect
14:23:13 Connect\ConnSys
14:23:13 Books
14:23:13 Books\Bookso
14:23:13 Books\Bookso\Ut ils
14:23:13 DevTools
14:23:13 DevTools\Dbg Int
14:23:13 DevTools\Dbg Int\Dbg Int Common
14:23:13 DevTools\Dbg Int\EXE
14:23:13 CoreRepl
14:23:13 CoreRepl\Res103 3
14:23:13 CoreRepl\ResInt l
14:23:13 Core
14:23:13 Core\Res1033
14:23:13 Core\ResOther
14:23:13 Repostry
14:23:13 Repostry\RepstS ys
14:23:13 Repostry\Res103 3
14:23:13 Repostry\ResInt l
14:23:13 CoreMisc
14:23:13 CoreMisc\Active X
14:23:13 CoreMisc\Active X\Res1033
14:23:13 CoreMisc\Active X\ResIntl
14:23:13 CoreMisc\Res103 3
14:23:13 Monarch
14:23:13 Monarch\Monr103 3
14:23:13 Monarch\MonrInt l
14:23:13 Jet
14:23:13 CoreInst
14:23:13 CoreCOM
14:23:13 CoreCOM\Res1033
14:23:13 CoreCOM\ResIntl
14:23:13 CoreTool
14:23:13 CoreTool\Res103 3
14:23:13 CoreTool\ResOth er
14:23:13 DBLibCli
14:23:13 SFExt
14:23:13 SFExt\ActiveX
14:23:13 SFExt\ActiveX\R es1033
14:23:13 SFExt\ActiveX\R esIntl
14:23:13 SFExt\Res1033
14:23:13 SFExt\ResIntl
14:23:13 Trace
14:23:13 Trace\Res1033
14:23:13 Trace\ResOther
14:23:13 MiscCore
14:23:13 MC
14:23:13 MC\MC1033
14:23:13 MC\MCIntl
14:23:13 MC\Help
14:23:13 SQLMgr
14:23:13 SQLMgr\Res1033
14:23:13 SQLMgr\ResIntl
14:23:13 SvrTool
14:23:13 SvrTool\Res1033
14:23:13 SvrTool\ResIntl
14:23:13 DTSUI
14:23:13 DTSUI\Res1033
14:23:13 DTSUI\ResIntl
14:23:13 MSOlap
14:23:13 MSOlap\Res1033
14:23:13 MSOlap\ResIntl
14:23:13 ATL
14:23:13 ATL\winnt
14:23:13 ATL\win9x
14:23:13 MFC42U
14:23:13 VC
14:23:13 VB
14:23:13 OCX1
14:23:13 SQLAdHlp
14:23:13 SQLAdHlp\Res103 3
14:23:13 SQLAdHlp\ResOth er
14:23:13 {E07FDDBE-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
14:23:13 {E07FDDC7-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
14:23:13 {E07FDDC0-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
14:23:13 {E07FDDBF-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
14:23:13 End Action LogSelectedComp onents
14:23:13 Begin Action InstallPkgs:
14:23:13 Begin Action: Locked Connectivity Files Check
14:23:13 ConnectivityLoc ked returned: 0
14:23:13 Der Vorgang wurde erfolgreich beendet.

14:23:13 End Action: Locked Connectivity Files Check
14:23:13 Setup is installing Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)
....
14:23:13 E:\SOFTWA~1\DEV \DB\SQL200~1\x8 6\Other\sqlredi s.exe /q:a
/C:"setupre.ex e WARN=1 -s -SMS"
14:23:24 ExitCode: 0
14:23:24 Setup is installing Microsoft Distributed Transaction
Coordinator (MSDTC) ...
14:23:24 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP \SqlSetup\Bin\c ldtcstp.exe -SupportDir
"C:\WINDOWS\TEM P\SqlSetup\Bin" -DTCPkg
"E:\SOFTWA~1\DE V\DB\SQL200~1\x 86\Other\dtcset up.exe" -LogFile
"C:\WINDOWS\sql stp.log"
14:23:24 Process Exit Code: (0)
14:23:24 /Q:A /T:C:\WINDOWS\TE MP\ixp001.tmp
14:23:24 Setup is installing HTML Help ...
14:23:24 HTML Help installer exit code: 0
14:23:45 End Action InstallPkgs
14:23:45 Begin Action MoveFileData:
14:23:45 Enabled SELFREGISTERBAT CH
14:23:45 Enabled CORECOMPONENTHA NDLING
14:24:11 Begin Action: MoveFileDataSpe cial
14:24:11 End Action: MoveFileDataSpe cial
14:24:11 End Action MoveFileData
14:24:11 Begin Action ProcessAfterDat aMove:
14:24:11 E:\SOFTWA~1\DEV \DB\SQL200~1\x8 6\Binn\hhcol.ex e
C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server\80\Tools \Books
14:24:11 End Action ProcessAfterDat aMove
14:24:11 Begin Action BuildServer:
14:24:11 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP \SqlSetup\Bin\s cm.exe -Silent 1 -Action 5
-ExePath "C:\Programme\M icrosoft SQL Server\MSSQL\bi nn\sqlservr.exe "
-Service "MSSQLSERVE R"
14:24:12 Process Exit Code: (0)
14:24:12 Begin Action: CreateRegistryS etSQL
14:24:12 End Action: CreateRegistryS etSQL
14:24:12 Begin Action: RegWriteSetupEn try
14:24:12 End Action: RegWriteSetupEn try
14:24:12 Begin Action: CreateSer
14:24:12 End Action: CreateSer
14:24:12 Begin Action: SkuIt
14:24:12 End Action: SkuIt
14:24:12 SetFileSecurity SQLAndAdmin for C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\MSSQL returned: 0, 0
14:24:12 SetRegSecurityS QLAndAdmin for
Software\Micros oft\MSSQLServer \MSSQLServer returned: 0, 0
14:24:12 Begin Action: UpdateSystemPat h
14:24:12 Path successfully updated.
14:24:12
%SystemRoot%\sy stem32;%SystemR oot%;%SystemRoo t%\System32\Wbe m;C:\Programme\ Java\jdk1.5.0_0 4\bin;C:\Borlan d\BCC55\bin;"C: \Programme\Syma ntec\Norton
Ghost 2003\";C:\Progr amme\Microsoft SQL
Server\80\Tools \BINN;C:\Progra mme\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0\bin
14:24:12 End Action: UpdateSystemPat h
14:24:13 C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL Server\80\Tools \Binn\cnfgsvr.e xe
-F "C:\WINDOWS\sql stp.log" -I MSSQLSERVER -V 1 -M 0 -Q "Arabic_CI_ AS"
-H 459924 -U sa -P
############### ############### ############### ############### ############### ####
Starting Service ...

Arabic_CI_AS

-m -Q -T4022 -T3659

Connecting to Server ...

driver={sql server};server= COOSA;UID=sa;PW D=;database=mas ter

Configuring Server ...

EXEC sp_grantlogin N'VORDEFINIERT\ Administratoren '

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Granted login access to
'VORDEFINIERT\A dministratoren' .

EXEC sp_addsrvroleme mber N'VORDEFINIERT\ Administratoren ', 'sysadmin'

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL
Server]'VORDEFINIERT\A dministratoren' added to role 'sysadmin'.

update master.dbo.spt_ server_info set attribute_value = @@version where
attribute_id = 2

EXEC sp_addserver N'COOSA', local

EXEC sp_configure 'allow updates', 1

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]DBCC execution
completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system
administrator.

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Configuration option
'allow updates' changed from 0 to 1. Run the RECONFIGURE statement to
install.

reconfigure with override

update master.dbo.sysa ltfiles set size=1024 where name=N'tempdev'

EXEC sp_configure 'allow updates', 0

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]DBCC execution
completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system
administrator.

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Configuration option
'allow updates' changed from 1 to 0. Run the RECONFIGURE statement to
install.

reconfigure with override

Disconnecting from Server ...

Stopping Service ...

SQL Server has been successfully configured!

############### ############### ############### ############### ############### ####

14:24:42 Process Exit Code: (0)
14:24:42 End Action BuildServer
14:24:42 Begin Action SelfRegiser
14:24:42 DLLRegisterServ er atl.dll: 0, 0x0
14:24:50 Return code: 0
14:24:50 Begin Action SelfRegisterOnC luster
14:24:50 End Action SelfRegisterOnC luster
14:24:50 Begin Action RegisterSvrRepl Files
14:24:50 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\s napshot.exe-unregserver
14:24:50 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\d istrib.exe-unregserver
14:24:50 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\r eplmerg.exe-unregserver
14:24:50 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\l ogread.exe-unregserver
14:24:50 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\q rdrsvc.exe-unregserver
14:24:51 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\s napshot.exe-regserver
14:24:51 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\d istrib.exe-regserver
14:24:51 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\r eplmerg.exe-regserver
14:24:51 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\l ogread.exe-regserver
14:24:51 **** File registered: C:\Programme\Mi crosoft SQL
Server\80\COM\q rdrsvc.exe-regserver
14:24:51 End Action RegisterSvrRepl Files
14:24:51 Begin Action SelfRegisterCOM Shared
14:24:51 End Action SelfRegisterCOM Shared
14:24:51 End Action SelfRegister
14:24:51 Begin Action SetupRegistry:
14:24:51 SNMP service has been detected.
14:24:51 Begin Action RegWriteInstall edInstances:
14:24:51 End Action RegWriteInstall edInstances
14:24:51 Register this installation of SQL Server with MDAC
14:24:51 Completed registering this installation of SQL Server with
MDAC
14:25:07 An error occurred while creating one or more registry entries.
Please see C:\WINDOWS\\\sq lstp.log for details. The problem could be
caused by a low registry quota condition.
14:25:07 Action CleanUpInstall:
14:25:07 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP \SqlSetup\Bin\s cm.exe -Silent 1 -Action 4
-Service SQLSERVERAGENT
14:25:07 Process Exit Code: (1060) Der angegebene Dienst ist kein
installierter Dienst.

14:25:07 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP \SqlSetup\Bin\s cm.exe -Silent 1 -Action 4
-Service MSSQLSERVER
14:25:07 Process Exit Code: (0)
14:25:07 StatsGenerate returned: 2
14:25:07 StatsGenerate
(0x80000000,0x1 ,0xf000000,0x20 0,1033,303,0x0, 0x1,0,0,0
14:25:07 StatsGenerate -1,admin)
14:25:07 Installation Failed.

Dec 26 '05 #1
4 7307
coosa (co*****@gmail. com) writes:
I was installing SQL Server on my machine and during installation my PC
freezed. It happens frequently on my machine. So i tried after
restarting to install it again and since then i always get the same
error message:
"An error occurred while creating one or more registry entries. Please
see C:\WINDOWS\sqls tp.log for details. The problem could be caused by a
low registry quota condition"
I have tried to clean the registry and i don't know what else i could
do to solve this issue.


I seem to recall that the SQL 2000 Setup includes a registry-cleanup
option somewhere. Try that one.

And once you have installed - don't forget the latest service pack!

--
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarsk og.se

Books Online for SQL Server 2005 at
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...ads/books.mspx
Books Online for SQL Server 2000 at
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/prodinf...ons/books.mspx
Dec 26 '05 #2
I already tried that option during the installation; namely to switch
to advanced options and rebuild the registery. It fails as well.

Dec 27 '05 #3
coosa (co*****@gmail. com) writes:
I already tried that option during the installation; namely to switch
to advanced options and rebuild the registery. It fails as well.


Unfortunately, the only recommendation I can give in this situation is
to open a case with Microsoft support. Failed setups is something which
is very difficult to troubleshoot on a distance. I don't run Setup that
often - and most of the time it succeeds.
--
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarsk og.se

Books Online for SQL Server 2005 at
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...ads/books.mspx
Books Online for SQL Server 2000 at
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/prodinf...ons/books.mspx
Dec 27 '05 #4
I tried it out Erland but still the same. Under "advanced options"
there is an option "Rebuild registry" which i chosed, but the
installation fails.

Dec 27 '05 #5

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