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Unable to add local server with SQL-Server Management Studio 2005

I m using Win-XP Professional+ServicePack2, and i have installed SQL-Serverr Management Studio 2005. While running this SQL it is asking for local server.... but in the local server list there is no such items in this list.. pls solve my problem asap....

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    i m using Win-XP Professional+ServicePack2, and i have installed SQL-Serverr Management Studio 2005. While running this SQL it is asking for local server.... but in the local server list there is no such items in this list.. pls solve my problem asap....

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Take a look at this informative article, this will show you how to create a local database in SQL Server:
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh272703(v=vs.103).aspx

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Ok, you installed the management studio but did you install SQL server?

That is not part of the management product.

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