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December 26, 2009, 2:48 pm
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after installing wamp when i accessed phpmyadmin i got an error about
root having no password, i have tried various steps but could not get
to use phpmyadmin, so i uninstalled and reinstalled wamp, i deleted
the old wamp folder when i access phpmyadmin i get the same error
i read that there are some files of wamp that need to be deleted from
the registery of windows, i am not very sure about regsitry as it is a
bit risky thing
can anyone advice how i can remove any unwanted wamp files and install
wamp so that i can access phpmyadmin page
Re: accessing phpmyadmin
ccleaner does a reasonable job of clearing out orphaned registry
entries. Sometimes it takes several runs to find them all so just repeat
until it finds no errors.
If you've deleted the program files but it's still listed in add/remove
programs try "Revo uninstaller".
Of course it's quite possible your problem is something else but may be
worth a shot anyway.
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