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I could run the following command to figure out what process is using
the 3306 tcp port :
netstat -nab | findstr 3306
The last colun of the output should be the pid of the process
listeninning on port 3306.
On 11-03-11 18:43, jo01_je02@stripped wrote:
> Adobe's Photoshop and Bridge also reside on my WinXP
> machine. Could they be the cause of failure to config?
> During the config process I see a msg that "other" progs
> are using port 3306. Then the config stops--announcing
> that mysqld has a problem. Details are:
> szAppName : mysqld.exe szAppVer : 220.127.116.11
> szModName : mysqld.exe szModVer : 18.104.22.168 offset :
> After countless attempts to install/config, I did notice
> during the config process just now that the default name
> was MySQL, and I've always let it stand.
> I've tried all the tricks that could be found in the forums:
> removing old mysql progs in the Control Panel, deleting
> old server files, running sc delete mysql (or mysqld) and
> even going into regedit to kill the mysql references there--
> although it made me nervous, in view of those other
> mysql-using progs.
> I'd be grateful for some advice...~jess
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