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Re: MySQL will never install on a machine with SQL Server
Posted by: Shawn Green
Date: May 04, 2021 07:19AM

MySQL should co-exist cleanly with any other software installed on that host machine in that operating system. There are nuances to this situation that you may be skipping over.

Every boot is a sequence of stages. Each stage is controlled by a different layer of firmware or software. By knowing which stage fails to operate properly, we may be able to offer some more directed advice.

After you try to install MySQL....

Does the machine stop trying to start Windows? (it never finishes its Power-On Self Test , aka "POST")
Is it that Windows will try to start but not get to the point where it will start starting Services?
Is it that Windows will start but only certain services (like MS SQL) will not start?
Is it that both Windows and MS SQL will start but the MySQL start never completes?
Is it that both MS SQL and MySQL will attempt to start but one is blocking the other? (maybe they are trying to own a common file or network resource)

Where within that entire startup process is the fault happening? What error messages are emitted when the process fails?

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