No Company web, No sharepoint Central admin access after installing MOSS in Exchange server

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Application Compatibility
Exchange Server
MOSS
SBS 2008
SharePoint
I Attempted to install MOSS 2007 so I could have forms services. I have SBS 2008 running on HPML350 G6 server . The Install appeared to complete successfully with no  errors. Ran the Products and technologies Configuration Wizard and failed at step 9 of 12. After research and google attempts I came to conclusion that the MOSS install is not compatible with Exchange server So I un-installed MOSS. It appears that I have now somehow hosed (lost) the companyweb and cannot open central admin. I have tried to research re-creating or re-installing sharepoint services, but I am just not getting clear instructions  on this one. I did a full restore  with the same result no companyweb or acces to central admin. So looking for advice: Is there a simple way to "repair" my SBS 2008 to get back where I was before MOSS install?  . I wish I’d known before  that MOSS was not compatible with Exchange. I got the idea it was from this article:

http://www.bizsupportonline.net/blog/2009/07/installing-forms-server-2007-wss-3/

 I hope I don’t have to start from scratch. I wish there was some solution other than MOSS for forms to be accessed  in sharepoint through a web browser on  sbs 2008. But first I need to reinstall company web and there are no clear directions on the web anywhere I’ve found.  Help ! I would be extremely grateful. Working on this for 2 weeks now.



Software/Hardware used:
ML350 G6 Server

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