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MySQL problem Installing MySQL I get error: "Could not start the service MySQL. Error: 0". How do i solve it?

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    While i was running configuration wizarad it says could not start the service for mysql

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Make sure that when your InnoDB is looking for the ibdata1 file you have only one, sometimes you have more then one file & the system doesn't know which one to open.

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