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Softwares pre installed are not responding

I purchase new laotop model Y410(775787Q) with a vista operating system it is pre installed but the softwares which are pre installed are not responding. i my laptop sql server and .net are pre installed but when i want to open it it cant responding. is there is any problem

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    are u lookinfg for driversi can give the links for any driver for this device

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From lenovo side no SQL server and .Net programes are given and might be they are loaded by your dealer.Secondaly you might be using vista home basic or home premium for the same and on both the OS neither SQL server nor .Net is supported so either you will have to use xp prof or vista business to use the both.

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thank  for the responce 
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if you need any help  finding those you could always contact me
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 windows vista might have all the drivers for the laptop preinstalled (that is just my guess as i have see this quite a few times) after you install vista but for that you will have to  purchase a windows vista installation disc
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