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Hi Dan

Well, the suggested links didn't change much, so:
  • I created a database in my SQLServer with your script aspnetdb.sql
  • detached it from the SQLserver
  • copied the .mdf and .ldf  to the app_data folder after renaming the other aspnetdb-files

and I got further in the investigation of the patterns

Regards Preben
Preben Carlsen, Oct 05, 2010
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Preben:

You are the first user to report this particular error, so I am pretty confident it is a configuration issue on your machine. I suspect it is related to having both SQL Express 2005 and SQL Express 2008 installed.

I did some Googling and Binging around and these are some similar threads that may include a solution for you:

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/sqlexpress/thread/43dea830-21ed-42fe-a89c-129c753cf120/
and
http://conceptdev.blogspot.com/2009/04/mdf-cannot-be-opened-because-it-is.html

I hope this points you in the right direction.
Dan McMillan, Oct 04, 2010
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