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Wamp Server x64 Issue/Error

I installed the newest wampserver to use with PHP and learning phpMyAdmin the wampserver uses.

Using phpMyAdmin under the privileges tab and just above the add user area that says no pasword or password well I was thinking that would change the current users password instead added a admin password to phpMyAdmin in WampServer.

Thinks I tried:
1.) Uninstalled wampserver and deleted the localhost c:\wamp folder reboot and reinstalled and get same error shown in the screen capture picture web browser when I use Wampserver systray icon to open phpMyAdmin.

2.) Found a suggestion in the wampserver forum to use ResetMysql I did and get the same error.

Not sure what to try now.

FYI: I do have Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 installed not sure if that could be causing the problem.

How do I completely reset wampserver and it copy of phpMyAdmin server to first install defaults?

See the screen capture to see the error I get when I open WampServer phpMyAdmin via web browser systray icon link.

Thank you.
MyPHPAdmin-Error.png
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Cool-Cell
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Cool-Cell
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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
Did you try to clear the browser's cache ?
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Cool-CellAuthor Commented:
That worked great.

I feel dumb as rocks of all the things forget to do clear the web browser cache. LOL!

Oh! well thank you for the help.

Like I was always told the only dumb question is the one you don't ask.

Thank you!
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