During usage yesterday my SharePoint services locked up the entire server and forced me to end process SharePoint tasks and stop SharePoint services. The problem was attributed to Office Web Apps, so I uninstalled it. After all this, I find IIS has deleted all the SharePoint sites, leaving a NULL entry in their place. I had to do a manual restore of the IIS configuration files to bring them back. After this, SharePoint pages weren't loading because it was asking for a bunch of DLLs that Office Web Apps has, so I reinstalled Office Web Apps. I was still unable to view the SharePoint site, so I did a restore of the SharePoint database.
Now I am stuck at:
Cannot connect to the configuration database.
When I try to load the SharePoint site.
When I try to run SharePoint Central Administration I get:
Cannot browse to the Sharepoint Central Administration Web Application because a sharepoint central Administration Web application has not been created Yet. To create one, use the sharepoint configuration wizard.
When I run Products Configuration Wizard I and try to connect to an existing server\SQLInstance, it tells me it can't find it. If I load Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, I can see and connect to the instance. In SQL Server Management Studio however, I cannot view the table of the databases, and the only logins are BUILTIN\Users and sa (which sa is disabled). The administrative account cannot make any changes to the logins or databases even though it is a member of the WSS_ADMIN_WPG group.
I am looking for direction as to where to go from here.