Mysql is completely deleted under win7, and mysql is deleted in win7.
First, stop the MySQL service in the Service (Start> Control Panel> Management Tools> service. Open Control Panel-add and delete programs, find MySQL, and uninstall. You can also uninstall it with 360 security guard. You can also delete it using the mysql installation program.
The installed MYSQL is uninstalled, but this is only half of the uninstalled MySQL. The other half is to clear the registry. Enter the registry and enter regedt in start-run to open the registry.
Find the items about MYSQL and delete them all. You need to search for one item and delete them all so that they can be installed. In fact, the MySQL entry in the registry is the three items:
In addition, the my. ini file in C:/WINDOWS is also deleted!
In this way, after the above four items are deleted, MySQL will basically be uninstalled completely. If you are not at ease, you can find mysql on drive C and delete all related items.
It's useless. MySQL cannot be fully uninstalled in windows. I tried it. The only way you can reinstall win7.
Q: How can I completely delete mysql Green Edition under win7?
Close and delete