Which of the following statements is correct * pointer to derived class Cannot be created derived class pointer Cannot point to base class pointer to base class Cannot be created base class pointer Cannot point to derived class?

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Which of the following statements is correct * pointer to derived class Cannot be created derived class pointer Cannot point to base class pointer to base class Cannot be created base class pointer Cannot point to derived class?

1. This message seems to only appear after you have installed a previous version of mySQL
2. Removing the service on it’s own using ‘sc delete MySQL’ or the service remover didn’t do it for me. Better off IMHO re-running the instance configuration wizard and choosing the ‘remove’ option. It’s way cleaner.

Error: Cannot create Windows service for MySql. Error: 0 Este error ocurre cuando se reinstala o actualiza MySQL utilizando el Asistente de ConfiguraciĆ³n y sin detener y quitar primero el servicio MySQL existente. Sucede debido a que cuando el Asistente de ConfiguraciĆ³n intenta instalar el servicio, halla el anterior con el mismo nombre.

Error: Windows cannot create service for MySql. Error: Nothing This happens when the installation wizard tries to install a program and finds an existing service based on the same name. The solution to this problem is to choose a service name other than mysql when using the configuration wizard.

Error: 4 In this case, the configuration wizard tries to install the service and finds an existing service with the same name. The solution to this type of problem is to choose a process name other than mysql when using the configuration wizard. This will successfully install any of our new services, but the old service will remain in place.

Try dropping MSSQL support and testing MySQL. The easiest way to fix the service type won’t start error is to access the Registry Administrator while doing so.


The problem is that the installer can’t handle spaces in our windows service name (the name I used was MySQL). Just change the name to one without spaces. My problem was with an external special password. 1. Use the full installer to uninstall the remaining version/installation. 2. Confirm the deletion and MySQL active folders (DATA and App).

There are remnants of MySQL on your mainframe, and the setup wizard certainly doesn’t have to create a new MySQL to serve it. A related clue is the fact that when you try to reinstall MySQL, you may be prompted for the “old password”.

If someone has installed MySQL (if not from XAMPP) or on an XP machine (x64 this time) and you upgrade to SP2 on the market, it can break the MySQL service – at least for me. This happened to me several times, but it actually resolved easily.

Which of the following statements is correct * pointer to derived class Cannot be created derived class pointer Cannot point to base class pointer to base class Cannot be created base class pointer Cannot point to derived class?

b) A derived class pointer cannot point to a class. c) Pointers derived from grouping cannot be created. d) Refinement-based pointers cannot be created. The correct way to solve the problem is option “B”.

Which of the following statements is correct * pointer to derived class Cannot be created derived class pointer Cannot point to base class pointer to base class Cannot be created base class pointer Cannot point to derived class?

b) A derived class pointer cannot point to a base class. c) Unable to create pointer to extracted class. d) The pointer underlying the class cannot be created. The correct answer is option “B”.