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How to uninstall patch 3159 from SQL Server 2005

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

On my database server we have install SQL Server 2005 with SP2.

On this we have also installed patch 3159.

No I want to unnstall this patch so I folowed following steps -

1) Open Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs.

2) Click on Show Updates check box

3) Selected Hotfix 3159 for SQL Server Reporting Services (here I could see 5 different hotfixes of version 3159 for Integration Services, Notification Services, etc)

4) Click on Remove

Here I get an error -

"Hotfix.exe has encountered an error."

Is there any other way to uninstall this hotfix ???

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