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I have been going through and looking at all of the options listed via google for the better part of the day. No matter how I try to run this, whether initially from the straight GUI interface, using a command line option with QS or Q set or from command line without the Q/QS so it goes through the gui I always get to the same spot but can go no further - would be pulling my hair out if any was left!

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SQL SErver Prompt - Feature Selection

I have one complete instance installed. It was setup using all the default values. I am simply attempting to add a new instance (SQL, AS, IS, RS) as named instance with name of SQL2014.. This is all getting installed locally on my PC

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    This doesn't look to be the setup.exe from the full SQL Server install media. The folder name (SSDTBI_x86_ENU) in your screen shot suggests this is only SSDT. – Dan Guzman Aug 14 '17 at 21:07
  • It wasn't... Finally got past this by tracking down the original SQL2012 media, uninstalling all versions of SQL Server and Re-installing from the media. – user3117622 Aug 15 '17 at 22:40
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You want to make sure you select install new instance

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And then make sure you are choosing a new installation

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Choose your features, and then under Instance Config you can name your instance

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  • And, if these aren't screens you saw, then (as per @DanGuzman 's comment on the question), maybe you're not running the SQL Server 2014 installer. – RDFozz Aug 14 '17 at 21:56
  • It wasn't. Was never getting to the instance configuration screen. System actually kept opening the SQL 2014 version installation process. Had to un-install all versions of SQL I had on the system and start over from scratch with the 2012 media – user3117622 Aug 15 '17 at 22:41

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