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From: Micah Stevens (micahraincross-tech.com)
Date: Mon Aug 25 2008 - 10:19:14 CDT
There's probably a password set. Look up how to reset a password:
On 08/25/2008 03:25 AM, Matthew Stuart wrote:
> I have just loaded MySQL 5 and MySQL Front on to a new computer, and I
> am now getting a MySQL-Error which is:
> Connection failed:
> 1045 - Access denied for user 'root''localhost' (using password: NO)
> My Old pc has exactly the same settings but that uses MySQL 4
> I have done a system restore to the point before I installed MySQL 5,
> and then installed MySQL 4 and that went on with no problem, and I am
> able to make a connection with MySQL Front! So, what's different in
> the processes of installation between v4 and v5 that stops me making a
> connection with v5? What have I done wrong.
> In both instances, I have used 'localhost' as my Hostname and 'root'
> as my username, and 'root' as a password for v4 and 'NO' password for
> v5 (because I didn't see anywhere where it asked for it - I think).
> I am using MySQL Front because I'm not Neo and I don't see the world
> in zero's and one's ;)
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