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Re: High severity error
Posted by: Javier Rivera
Date: October 07, 2013 07:14AM

Hi, Thanks for writing in our forums:

Make sure you're running the latest Notifier version available (1.1.4).

I can say by the error log you posted that you may have a corrupted configuration file or some dummy MySQL services (Leftovers from server installations not completely removed).

1. Open a Run command and type the following:

%AppData%\Roaming\Oracle\MySQL Notifier\

2. Delete the settings.config at the mentioned location.

3. If the problem persists open a Run command and type the following:

services.msc

4. Take note of any MySQL service that shouldn't be listed (attempted uninstall before).

5. Open an Admin rights command window and type the command:

sc delete "<Dummy service name here>".

Restart Notifier and see if that corrected the problem.


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Javier Rivera
MySQL Windows Experience Team

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