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After uninstalling SQL Server, everyone hopes to be able to completely delete the registry information.The following will teach you how to completely delete the SQL Server registry.

Start uninstalling SQL Server-Run:Enter regedit to enter the registry editor,After entering, do the following:

1. Remove sql server completely:

hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ mssqlserver hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ microsoft sql server hkey_current_user \ software \ microsoft \ microsoft sql server hkey_current_user \ software \ microsoft \ mssqlserver hkey_local_machine \ system \ currentcontrolset \ control \ sessionmanager \ pendingfileren ameoperations

2. Relevant information deleted from the registry:

hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ mssqlserver.

hkey_local_machine \ system \ currentcontrolset \ services \ msdtc.

Find the pendingfilerenameoperations item in hkey_local_machine \ system \ currentcontrolset \ control \ session manager and delete it.This will clear the installation pending items

hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ windows \ currentversion \ setup

Remove exceptioncomponents

3.Run the registry,Delete the following:

hkey_current_user \ software \ microsoft \ microsoft sql server

hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ microsoft sql server

hkey_local_machine \ software \ microsoft \ mssqlserver

If you have uninstalled sql server now, then try the method we deleted for you to delete the sql server registry.Look at the effect.

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