- Open the control panel, find all the components related to MySQL, and delete them.
- Find your MySQL installation path, see if there are any MySQL related folders, delete all. If it is installed on Disk C, check the two folders: C: program files (x86) and C: program files.
- Delete the MySQL registry, win + R, enter regedit, and the registry will pop up.
Delete HKEY_ LOCAL_ MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services / eventlog / application / MySQL folder
If you can find the following, delete it
- Open the file explorer, C:: – program data – mysql, which is a hidden folder. Delete this folder. If the file is in use, open the task manager to see if there is a MySQL process and close it.
- Restart the computer.