Apologies in advance for the cross-post.
I've run into a problem starting MySQL on a Windows NT 4.0 workstation machine.
Installation appears to have gone fine, but I cannot start MySQL as an automatic
service. MySQL is listed in the Services panel, but it's currently inactive.
When I select MySQL in the Services panel and click "start" I get a message
saying "Attempting to start they MySQL service on..." A second or two later, I
get an error message: Could not start the MySQL service on.... Error 1067: The
process terminated unexpectedly." Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
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