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#1 FallenAngel

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Posted 12 April 2003 - 05:14 PM

Whenever I try to install my vbulletin, I get this same error. I\'ve tried reinstalling both vbulletin and mysql, I\'m using vbulletin V.2.2.6, and mysql V.4. I\'ve tried installing it on a database, making a new database for it, letting it create its own database... I set the permissions in phpmyadmin, ughhh! I\'m running windows XP as my OS btw. I had this working before, but all of a sudden mysql stopped working. I reinstalled it and now it won\'t even let me INSTALL vbulletin, let alone get all the pages functioning properly! I\'m running this on Apache off my own pc btw. Help please! :cry:

#2 shivabharat

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Posted 14 April 2003 - 02:40 PM

I get this same error


Whats the error


Now if the problem is that ur mysql terminates ferquently.

Got to control panel and in the services look for \"mysql\" go to the properties and set it to start on its own in case of termination.


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