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I get an error like "program files/microsoft sql server/mssql_recovery_a/mssql$recovery_exe" is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. I have installed SQL Server 2008 R2 on my 64 bits Win7 OS. Thanks in advance ! ! A: msfexpl.exe is the one you need. I will not be able to share the links here but just go to microsoft website, here you will find the article from your question and the article is well done, In traditional power distribution systems, electricity is delivered to a home or office through a service cable that is run from a main power line to the residence or building. In the majority of applications, the service cable is a metallic copper cable which is large in diameter (usually, between six to seven inches) and which is capable of carrying a high level of power (e.g., up to about 90 amps). As used herein, the term “main power line” is used to mean a major power transmission and distribution facility that is connected to a local power source, such as an electrical utility, and which distributes electrical power to various locations from the power source. As used herein, the term “service cable” is used to mean a small sized metallic cable which delivers electrical power from the main power line to individual homes and/or office locations. The service cable, which is typically laid along the same path and power lines used by the utility for the delivery of electricity, is usually configured in such a way as to be able to deliver a relatively small amount of current (i.e., about 30 amps or less) to a relatively small number of electrical outlets (e.g., two to four or five outlets) in a home or office. Currently, there are power distribution systems that distribute power to individual home and office locations using one or more metallic copper service cables. Power distribution systems include devices that are able to be installed at or near the main power line to act as voltage regulators that maintain a relatively constant voltage across the service cable. These devices ensure that the service cable is properly balanced and thus reduces the risk of creating a dangerous voltage drop along the service cable. The typical service cable can be between 6 to 8 inches in diameter. Other devices that can be installed on the service cable include splitters and transformers. Because of the


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