The steps are documented in SQL Server 2000 Books Online topic "How to
upgrade from a default instance to a default clustered instance of SQL
Server 2000 (Setup)".
The topic has the following Note:
"This upgrade is from a default instance (a local installation where the
data is on a local disk) to a clustered instance of MicrosoftSQL Server
2000. Use this upgrade step if you want to have a cluster disk."
This is not -correct.. The steps work if while installing default SQL
Server instance setup, you selected local drive for your binaries and a
clustered disk for the data.
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