Thanks... I think I found the answer from your direction. This article
seems the solution to my problem :
On 1/31/08, replies-lists-a1z2-mysql@stripped
> moving an innodb table is trickier than moving a myisam one. you
> might want to do a search like:
> moving innodb tables site:mysql.com
> in google. i think that the first couple of entries will give you
> hints on what you need to do to accomplish this.
> - Rick
> ------------ Original Message ------------
> > Date: Thursday, January 31, 2008 09:00:38 PM +0700
> > From: Feris Thia <cakephp@stripped>
> > To: mysql@stripped
> > Subject: Data folder copying problem
> > Hi all,
> > I have 2 database folder that being copied directly from a remote
> > server and sent to me. That databases contains both MYISAM and
> > INNODB tables.
> > After I received the data, I try to restored it by copying that
> > folders to my server. The problem is, only MYISAM tables are being
> > recognized. How come ? I check mysql server storage engine status
> > and INNODB is being enabled and active.
> > Then I try to drop those databases, but every drop attempt will
> > cause "unknown tables ... " error.
> > Is my restoration problem has to do with some user permission or it
> > is a bug ?
> > For your information, both the database server use mysql
> > 5.0.45-community-nt version.
> ---------- End Original Message ----------