The solution is the same for you.
Run the C:\xampp\mysql\resetroot.bat
file then restart MySQL.
This removes the current root user password.
If you get an error that looks like a wrong path to the data directory (usr/bin/data or similar) then read the instructions below to edit the resetroot.bat file.
Now try and access phpMyAdmin using root user with no password.
If successful then create your password again and retry.
You can set the root user password from the Security
menu item in http://localhost/index.php
after running the above bat file to clear any existing passwords.
You may have to edit the resetroot.bat file as it was created for a Linux system - follow these instructions and all will be well.
Altrea wrote:here is the little fix in English:
- open resetroot.bat file in your editor.
- after the parameter "--no-defaults" add you mysql data directory with this syntax: --datadir=c:/xampp/mysql/data
- save the file
- execute the file
Thank Nobbie and Altrea for posting this fix.
There is also a guide here:http://bravo.newnetenterprises.com/word ... -password/