Can you try another tests?
- Check with Nginx (Menu > Preferences > Services & Ports)
- Test if PHP is working well on your system:
Open Terminal and type
Open Menu > Laragon > laragon.ini, add
[preferences] UseHotKey=0 ....
@FrenChQWerTy : Any images?
Did you run
Check out my tutorial here:
I mean when reseting MariaDB root password (after switching from MySQL), I did not see the "user table crashed error" like you.
Actually, Laragon 3.1.4 did not change any thing in it's core.
I just added features to support PHP 7.2 (which has breaking changes on PHP extensions)
Don't worry, I'll keep working on your case.
In the meantime, if you need to test with MariaDB, you can install Laragon 3.0 to another folder which includes MariaDB by default (You can install many Laragon version and run 1 at a time):
@codebyray : I guess there is an issue of your downloaded MariaDB 10.2.8 or your OS
I tested with MariaDB 10.2.8 64-bit on Windows 10 and it works fine (many times).
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