1) In phyMyadminselect the database you want to rename 2) Click on the "Operations" tab 3) Place your cursor on the "Rename Database to" text box and type the new name of the database. 4) Click on the "Go" button and let it do its work.
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Hello Harmanrainu, First I do want to point out that majority of WordPress issues that involve white screens are mostly caused by php and database issues. IF you have access to your database via PHPMyAdmin, what I would suggest is to run through a check on tables, to verify that your tables are not corrupted or missing data. steps to do that are here: Repair and Optimize MySQL Databases with PhpMyAdmin Tutorial
Once you do that I would also run through and check the following:
A Plugin may be causing compatibility issues. If you can access the Administration Screens try deactivating all of your Plugins and then reactivating them one by one. If you are unable to access your Screens, log in to your website via FTP. Locate the folder wp-content/plugins and rename the Plugin folder plugins_old. This will deactivate all of your Plugins. You can read more about manually deactivating your plugins in the Troubleshooting FAQ.
Your Theme may be causing the problem. This is especially likely if you are experiencing the "WSOD" after you have just activated a new Theme. Log in to the WordPress Administration Screens and activate the default WordPress theme. If you can't access your Administration Screens, access your website via FTP and navigate to the /wp-content/themes/ folder. Rename the folder for the active Theme.
I think your MySQL Server databases got corrupt.
Try to remove or rename your existing connection file, creates a new one if it does not find any existing, allowing so to recover from broken files from the utilies below-
To fix this program, you need to rename a folder containing a previous version of the installer. Open My Computer and navigate to C:Program FilesCommon Files. Right-click the Installshield folder and select Rename. You can rename the folder anything, but, as Google suggests, something like Installshield-old will give you a hint about the folder’s previous name. Close My Computer and try running the installer again. If that doesn't work tell me and I will see what I can do.
MySQL offers Check Table syntax that checks a table or tables for errors. It works for several storage engines like MyISAM, InnoDB, & Archive. If you run this syntax then you can the cause of problem & reported tables.
If Check Table finds errors then you can repair reported tables by Repair MySQL Table syntax.