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SES installs a database as part of its installation process. A few things to check:
1/ Is this the only Oracle product on the machine? If you have any other products which incorporate the database, you may be getting a clash
2/ Have you previously had an Oracle product installed? If so, check for left-over environment variables, especially ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID or TNS_ADMIN
3/ If the machine has a dynamic IP address using DHCP, make sure you've installed the "loopback adapter" as specified in the install guide.