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- The .msi installer does not detect an existing root password on the initial configuration attempt. To work around this, install and configure MySQL as normal, but skip any changes to security. (There is a checkbox that allows this on the security screen of the configuration wizard.) Then check your settings:
- If the old root password and security settings are okay, you are done and can proceed to use MySQL.
- Otherwise, reconfigure with the wizard and make any changes on the second configuration attempt. The wizard will properly prompt for the existing root password and allow changes to be made.
- This issue has been filed as Bug#45200 for correction in a future release.
- The Windows configuration wizard allows changes to InnoDB settings during a reconfiguration operation. For an upgrade, this may cause difficulties. To work around this, use one of the following alternatives:
- Do not change InnoDB settings.
- Copy files from the old InnoDB location to the new one.
- This issue has...
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