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    Question how to unsinstall MySQL from command line?

    hello guys!

    how can i uninstall a noinstall distribution of mysql 4.1 for windows from the command line?
    thanks a lot.

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    if you have the service installed, use the command mysqld --remove to remove the service. if the service is named something other than mysql, you will need to specify that on the command line. see mysqld --help --verbose | more

    then just delete the files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longneck
    if you have the service installed, use the command mysqld --remove to remove the service. if the service is named something other than mysql, you will need to specify that on the command line. see mysqld --help --verbose | more

    then just delete the files.
    thanks longneck, i thought uninstalling d mysql 4.1 service would solve my problem... i'm installing mysql 5.0 and i encountered an error "tcp/ip port 3306 already in use"... i cant use mysql due to this error... help please...

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    you need to stop the service before you can uninstall it.


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