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How do I restart HiediSQL?

Hondrake posted 6 years ago in Creating a connection
Just like the title,
How exactly do I "restart" HiediSQL?
I looked in my process and nothing about HiediSQL was in there.
I'm asking because I'm getting the "Can't connect to MySQL server on "127.0.0.1"(10061)
Someone help please! :]
ansgar posted 6 years ago
HeidiSQL.exe is normally started via your start menu: All programs > HeidiSQL

For fixing that connection problem you should try the tons of postings wrt this topic, e.g. this one.
dansa5 posted 6 years ago
Everytime i try to connect it i get the error
'SQL Error: Can't connect to mySQL server on 127.0.0.1(10061)'
I have readed the How do i restart HeidiSQL, but i dont find the information about how to restart in the forum link there... :oops:
can u please help me??
kalvaro posted 6 years ago

dansa5 wrote: Everytime i try to connect it i get the error
'SQL Error: Can't connect to mySQL server on 127.0.0.1(10061)'
I have readed the How do i restart HeidiSQL, but i dont find the information about how to restart in the forum link there... :oops:
can u please help me??



HeidiSQL is one thing and MySQL is another thing. You don't have to restart HeidiSQL: you have to start MySQL. Because HeidiSQL is a graphical front-end for MySQL: if the latter is not even running, there's not much you can do with the former.

By the way... Have you even installed MySQL in your computer?
dansa5 posted 6 years ago
lol ye
kalvaro posted 6 years ago
I'll assume lol ye means Yes, I have installed MySQL in my computer, but I don't know how to launch it.

Find somewhere in Start-> Programs-> MySQL an icon labelled MySQL System Tray Monitor. When you click on it you'll see a gear icon in the taskbar notification area. If the icon is red then you need to right-click on it and select Start Instance.
Dr. Dave posted 6 years ago

kalvaro wrote: I'll assume lol ye means Yes, I have installed MySQL in my computer, but I don't know how to launch it.



Classic. :)

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