Install again SUCCESS :-)This problem occurs because of the existance of old database instance in the system.The ways to fix this is explained in the following blog post. However, My SQL appears to have been installed, but without a password on the root account. I'm optimistic that this error can be solved and i have to get over it now so any help is appreciated. I met the problem too, but the solution is most likely in this thread. If you manage to reset this (I didn't in my pitiful attempt) I bet you're back on track. OS Windows XP Pro, My SQL version 5.0.18-nt I shut down my PC (rudely, since the config window won't close), restarted and followed the instructions for setting the password the My SQL command line client 1.Start the process with the --skip-grant-tables option (a. I hope this works for you or some other person whose been unable to resolve this awkward issue.[ ] Merci Smith Thanks so much! Pressing enter at the password prompt, and resetting it as follows: 2. Freek Downloaded the latest version to install on windows - mysql-essential-5.1.47-win32I had run this several times only to be greeted with the problem login failed for [email protected] went to the start button, then programs, then Accessories, then right clicked the command prompt item and chose "Run As Administrator". SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'localhost' = PASSWORD('Pass'); THIS WORKED FOR ME TOO!!! Now you can change the password by running the following line. I tried countless articles on found searching google - but nothing worked. In the end I just uninstalled and deleted everything in C:\Program Files\My SQL and C:\Program Data\My SQL. Hi My operating system is Windows 7 and I was trying to load mysql-5.5.9-win32 after loading my programs menu in the START, only shows it as "My SQL Instance Configuration wizard" and is not showing any thing else.Note: Was upgrading from 4.0 to 4.1 when this occured. on Windows XP SP1 and Windows W2K SP3 and SP4 works fine. The configuration wizard does not apply the new password so it leaves the root password blank. SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'localhost' = PASSWORD('My New Password'); This did the trick for me. So my novice mind say's "Duh, why was I typing in my old root password as the current password when I haven't even set a root password in the first place? I ran a google on 'error number 1045', and this thread was the second link to come up!However after upgrading my OS from Windows XP SP1 to XP SP2, I cannot install My SQL 4.1.7. I too get the same problem, using Windows XP SP2 and My SQL-4.1.13. Actualy I've been working with My SQL for only two weeks. " Blew away HD, yet thought that old password was set. =) Anyway, yep the problem still occurs on Win XP with the 5.0 installer, and the solution/observation here that the root password is blank and can (and SHOULD) be reset upon first login is still valid. After the configuration wizard locks up by giving me error:1045, I start the My SQL command line client and press ENTER when asked for a password, but the command line client exits on me. i recently installed My SQL 5.0.45 on windows XP and on running the server configuration wizard i get the following error on applying security settings: These security settings could not be applied Error Number 1045 Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost'(using Password: YES) someone help me Linksok i'v tried every suggestion and nothing seems t o work.
It’s currently available to be downloaded via the Mac App Store and will require a restart to finally install itself.
First, download an alternative copy of OS X 10.11.3 via the Apple Support website and try installing the update that way.
There are two versions of OS X 10.11.3 on the Apple Support site, the standalone update (662 MB) and the combo version (1.47 GB).
080419 Inno DB: Log file .\ib_logfile0 did not exist: new to be created Inno DB: Setting log file .\ib_logfile0 size to 10 MB Inno DB: Database physically writes the file full: wait...
080419 Inno DB: Log file .\ib_logfile1 did not exist: new to be created Inno DB: Setting log file .\ib_logfile1 size to 10 MB Inno DB: Database physically writes the file full: wait... First I went to the start button, then programs, then My SQL, then My SQL System Tray Monitor.