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    Angry Help With the my-small.shizzle wiznatch

    On WinNT/2000/XP/.NET, you must install MySQL as a system service. Fortunately,
    this is very easy to do. Simply open a Command Prompt (under Accessories
    in the Start Menu) and run your chosen server program with the --install option:
    C:\mysql\bin>mysqld-nt --install
    Service successfully installed.

    Okay...it says to do that... but when i do it says:The system cannot find the path specified Plz help before i hurt myself

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    Use WAMP to have everything installed at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REMIYA View Post
    Use WAMP to have everything installed at once.
    wtf is WAMP

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    Okay...so i pasted all of this in the command prompt: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    On WinNT/2000/XP/.NET, you must install MySQL as a system service. Fortunately,
    this is very easy to do. Simply open a Command Prompt (under Accessories
    in the Start Menu) and run your chosen server program with the --install option:
    C:\mysql\bin>mysqld-nt --install
    Service successfully installed.

    And it said service successfully installed ... lol no idea, and when i go to task manager it shows mysqld-nt.exe running.. lol? wtf?

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    rajug.replace('Raju Gautam'); bronze trophy Raju Gautam's Avatar
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    If you use the MySQL installer and select the mysql service is to be start on your start up, this will remove your problem. Am i right and will this would help you?
    Mistakes are proof that you are trying.....
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    Well how would i go about to doing that?

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    I ALREADY SET THAT!!!.... DUDE im asking about this part!?!?!?!?!?!

    On WinNT/2000/XP/.NET, you must install MySQL as a system service. Fortunately,
    this is very easy to do. Simply open a Command Prompt (under Accessories
    in the Start Menu) and run your chosen server program with the --install option:
    C:\mysql\bin>mysqld-nt --install
    Service successfully installed.
    This will install MySQL as a service that will be started the next time you reboot
    Windows.


    I did that crap and when i type in the command prompt command it says that the path could not be found.. jesus, and its freaking annoying and im freaking tired!

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    Quote Originally Posted by New to PHP View Post
    wtf is WAMP
    Some people use Google


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