If I understand correct, you want to basically delete your old SQL database. Why wouldn't you want to use your current database and simply upgrade it? If you decided to start over, you'll have to reconfigure TMS and recreate any conferences you had on the old instance.
Here is a technet article that covers how to delete an SQL database, you can choose other SQL server versions at the top under "Other Version".
I've never done it before, but if you have full control over the TMS database itself, that might be enough. Otherwise if it's not, you might have to contact whoever is an admin over your SQL instance where the database is held.
Is your SQL database hosted locally, or on a different server?
Either wasy, as Patrick has indicated, deleting the SQL database using the correct SQL database tools is quite easy.
But if you don't want to do this, or can't for some reason, and if your database is housed on the same box as TMS, another option, give that you're just running it as a Virtual Machine, would be to build a new Virtual server and to trash the one you have (or restore to a snapshot prior to the TMS install if you have one?).
That way, when you install TMS, there will be no existing database to worry about.
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