Here is another possible solution related to passwords if there is no entry now in your startup folders.
Essentially you need to go to the my.ini setup in WinMySQLAdmin change the my.ini by removing the password.
1. Start WinMySQLAdmin
3. click the "my.ini setup" tab
4. find the line with the password
5. delete the second occurrence of "password" (after the "=" sign)
6. click save modifications
The error pop ups should stop.
BTW WinMySQLAdmin is deprecated and should not be used for any meaningful purpose - only a curiosity now and perhaps the link in the XAMPP CP should really be changed to a link to phpMyAdmin.
Use the preferred GUI phpMyAdmin instead for all things MySQL related or search these forums for a possible alternative from the MySQL web site.http://www.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?p=129415#129415Forum Search for Access Violation in "LIBMYSQL.dll"