UnInstall phpMyAdmin

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UnInstall phpMyAdmin

Unread post by Dark Shadow » Wed Jan 28, 2009 1:03 am


I am currently trying to learn this I installed the phpMyAdmin and all works fine I wanted to remove it fully and do a fresh install when I delete the phpMyAdmin files and reload them it gives me the 1045 error how do I totally remove phpMyAdmin.

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Re: UnInstall phpMyAdmin

Unread post by HarryPotter » Wed Jan 28, 2009 1:35 am

phpmyadmin doesnt have to be uninstalled (as it does not have to be installed). Just delete the phpmyadmin folder and clear your PC cache and cookies and start from scratch.
FAQ: Why do I get Error #1045 when accessing phpmyadmin after I changed the default password of the user "root" via phpMyAdmin?
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