Windows could not start the SQL Server on the local computer.
Here is a simple solution. Open Run window (Window+R) and type services.msc. You need to find the SQL within the name column and right on that—Right-click on SQL. You will see the properties option. Click on properties. A new window will be open, and then you must click on the Log On tab. Then you need to select Local System Account, apply, and OK.
Services.MSC windows come again; right click on SQL and click start. SQL services stated successfully, and your problem is solved.
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SQL Server failed to start
Follow the next steps to solve the problem:
1. Go to services from the Control Panel, and go to Administrative Tools.
2. Click on properties of SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER)
3. Go to Log on Tab. Choose "This account."
4. Enter your windows login info – administrator and password
5. Start the service manually. Now everything will work fine.
Start SQL Server on local computer.
If you need to start SQL Server on the local computer, right-click "SQL SERVER service" and select "properties." In the windows SQL Server properties, please click on the "LOG ON" tab. You need to choose the next Local System account" and then click, OK. It would help if you worked as an administrator.
I hope it helps!