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Re: Access Violation
Posted by: Mike Lischke
Date: December 01, 2008 02:27AM

Hey Phil,

that error looks like one or more of your config files are now broken (maybe from an earlier crash). They aren't deleted when you re-install MA. What you can do is to either remove them all and let MA re-create them (you will lose all stored connections, backup projects and most of your settings if you changed them) or move them out step by step and see which one causes the trouble. You can find them at C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Application Data\MySQL.


Mike Lischke, MySQL Developer Tools
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