Here is a SQL script to reveal which version and edition of SQL Server you are running:
select top 1 Version = @@Version, Edition = serverproperty('edition') from NANames
If the version information is not self-evident, compare the version number against the list at http://www.sqlteam.com/article/sql-server-versions in order to determine which version you are running.
After you know your current version, check out the Hardware Requirements page from Shelby v.5 Support. If you are not meeting at least the minimum recommended requirement for SQL Server, seriously consider an upgrade.
By the way, the reference to NANames in the query is only there to "trick" ShelbyQUERY into running the query. Without some kind of FROM clause, some releases of ShelbyQUERY will refuse to run the query, since it is not always recognized as a standard "SELECT" query without one. There is nothing particular about the NANames table; any table could be used in its place, and the same results would appear.