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0 I found this link which described precisely my situation and these steps allowed me to re-install MySQL and create a new root password What needed to be done was to first uninstall MySQL through Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel. When I first had this problem I assumed this ...


It's possible re-initialize the data directory to produce an empty MySQL instance. Here is the documentation describing the process: . It tells the command to perform is: bin\mysqld --initialize --console or the following if you want to connect as root without password: bin\mysqld ...


My solution is here: Make a directory as - sudo mkdir -p /data/db That will make a directory named as db and than try to start with commands - sudo mongod


Even in this day and age, Windows is still reliant on the good, old-fashioned DOS PATH environment variable for finding dynamically linked libraries (DLLs). It is possible that the 64-bit installation has altered the PATH variable (usually to insert its own location at the start of the "list"). This means that the 32-bit application, while searching ...


Uninstall if any antivirus is installed then check. I also had same problem I uninstalled antivirus and my Oracle setup got installed correctly

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