> why not answer the question another user made hours ago?
> under which account do you try to start mysqld?
Agreed. Chances are good that if he goes into the Windows Services control panel and gets
the properties of the mysql service, he will find that it is configured to start under a
Windows account other than the System account, and that the Windows account in question
either does not have the required privileges or it is locked. I'd probably just change it
to start under the System account.
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