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PHP/MySql on Window XP "Wrong username/password"

Hello, I installed both, 1st mysql 4.1.7 but heard there was a change
with password hashing so now got 4.0.9

Basically when I choose a page with php_info() I can load it fine,
but when I call a php page with mysql connections I get an Window NT
prompt, which I type either mysql or window username/password
combinations and always get "Wrong username/password"

Any idea what it might be...all permission on the directory are open
for IUSER_MACHINE name which is the account that anonymous access users
come in on. Other pages seem fine, but one that want mysql access do
this funny thing...I did the default mysql installation I think root
password was blank, I set it to something else, but now when I login
using the mysql command line it doesn't like the password I just set...

confused.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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