TV Server crashes or drops connection--also cannot pull up TV Guide | Page 2

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    WHAT!! How can that be? You mean it's not there, or what?


     
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    For anybody reading this thread in future...
    As it turned out, the issue was that GlamRockCowboy had two MySQL service registrations - "MySQL" and "MySQL56". They both pointed to MySQL 5.6. When installed, TV Server had been configured to depend on MySQL56. However it seems there's some code in TV Server Configuration or the TV service itself that prefers to depend on a service called "MySQL". That code had broken GlamRockCowboy's setup, because although "MySQL56" was successfully starting, "MySQL" was not. The solution was to fix the TV service dependency config:
    sc config TVService depend=Netman/MySQL56

    ...remove the "MySQL" service registration:
    sc delete MySQL

    ...then reboot.
     
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