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hello,

Im getting this problem when i try to start mysql server...

when i try to right click and select 'start the service'...the lights

still red :o...i try go to MyComputer>Manage>Services and Applications>Services

i try to start mysql on properties...prompt error came out and says "Could not start MySQL service on local computer. Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly"

 

any answers would help..TQ guys!

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What do you mean error log says?

 

I've got error in computer management says in 'Event Properties' "The MySql service terminated unexpectedly.  It has done this 6 time(s).

 

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp."

 

i've also go to folder MySQL>bin>winmysqladmin.exe and still can't start the service...

 

what should i do...? ???

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Completely uninstall MySQL. When MySQL is uninstalled go to where MySQL was installed and delete any leftover files/folders (delete the main mysql folder).

 

Now reinstall MySQL. Mack sure you run the MySQL Server Instance Config Wizard to configure the MySQL server (this may not come with MySQL4).

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Yes! i got it rite..and my server completely connected..

let me share how i recover this problem.

if you install mysql under windows system, sometime it will suddenly unable to start the service,

i face this issue quite a few times already, finally i found a solution for it,

 

1st step check the error, under your installation path for mysql, check the data/mysql.err, it the error showing you something like this ..

 

    050213 20:43:37 InnoDB: Starting shutdown…

    050213 20:43:40 InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 0 1051715

    050213 20:43:40 [Note] C:\Web\mysql\bin\mysqld-nt: Shutdown complete

 

this should be the log file having problem!

 

2nd step remove the ib_logfile0 or ib_logfile1 in the same folder

 

3rd step restart the mysql …

 

da da da… mysql service is running again

 

thx to wildteen88,fenway and ah knight's blog...

 

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Yes! i got it rite..and my server completely connected..

let me share how i recover this problem.

if you install mysql under windows system, sometime it will suddenly unable to start the service,

i face this issue quite a few times already, finally i found a solution for it,

 

1st step check the error, under your installation path for mysql, check the data/mysql.err, it the error showing you something like this ..

 

    050213 20:43:37 InnoDB: Starting shutdown…

    050213 20:43:40 InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 0 1051715

    050213 20:43:40 [Note] C:\Web\mysql\bin\mysqld-nt: Shutdown complete

 

this should be the log file having problem!

 

2nd step remove the ib_logfile0 or ib_logfile1 in the same folder

 

3rd step restart the mysql …

 

da da da… mysql service is running again

 

thx to wildteen88,fenway and ah knight's blog...

 

I know this is an old post but I just wanted to say that this fix worked for me (although I just renamed ib_logfile0 & 1) and saved me from having to completely rebuild a Knowledge Base DB!  Thanks guys! 

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if you r using skype so logout skype n hide then ur server ill show green light .i was having same problem

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