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NormanC

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  1. I know it is too late to reply back, but I just had this issue and fixed it simpler and the good thing about this method is that I do not have to reboot the PC or start anything in safemode. 1-If you go to resmon from run (resource monitor) and look for associate handlers, and search for mysqld.exe, you´ll probably see it used by explorer. 2-Open Task Manager 3-Open CMD 4-Stop the explorer.exe from taskmgr (This will close all your explorer windows) 5-Go to the Command prompt or CMD and run cd C:\XAMPP\directory where the mysqld.exe is stored, once you are within the directory where m
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