Nah...Tonkatsu requires some prep time (learned to make it while living in Japan so I do it the "old school" way).
it was just shy of 5PM here when I posted that...
Ok..downloaded the program but in the system check, it gives a warning at the last step.
It passes all the checks until the last one...where it then says: Edition Change Check (Warning)
Edition Change Check
To change an existing instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 to a different edition of SQL Server 2005, you must run SQL Server 2005 Setup from the command prompt and include the SKUUPGRADE=1 parameter.
I've been a hardware guy for a good portion of my life.
My wife (it's her computer) is a developer but neither of us are systems people (I know what I meant, but not sure if I explained that well).
So, installing something from the CMD line isn't necessarily something I want to endeavor to try.
I can do SOME small things from the command prompt, but this appears to have some pretty specific commands that need to be used. Which, of course, I don't know...so...any help appreciated.
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