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How to select corrupt MySQL database manually & automatically?

Author : Creative Team Updated on June 1, 2015

The software allows selecting MySQL databases stored at default location or selecting the databases manually from any other location in your system.  
 
To select databases automatically: 

Start the software. In the 'Select Database(s) Location' dialog, select 'Repair corrupt database(s) stored at default location of MySQL' option. Click 'OK'.

A list of databases appears containing all databases stored at default location. Select the desired databases to be repaired from this list and click 'OK'.

To select databases manually:

Run the software. In the 'Select Database(s) Location' dialog, select 'Manual selection of database(s) to repair' option and click 'Browse'.

A 'Select for Folder' dialog box appears. Select a folder containing the databases to be repaired and click 'OK'.

A list of databases in the selected folder is displayed. Choose the desired databases for repair and click 'OK'.

 

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