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Posted by: Mario Torres
Date: August 16, 2007 10:20AM

Hello, I supouse that it is the correct way to detect a trouble when you can't start the service.

Execute this command and it'll show you the errors that mysql have.

mysqld-nt --defaults-file="c:\Archivos de Programa\mysql\MySQL Server 5.0\my.ini"--standalone --console

In my case I was having a trouble with the storage engine (InnoDB), because it isn-t available.

I was trying with mysql-essential-5.0.45-win32.msi

I hope that it could help you.

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