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I just installed MySQL Workbench 5.2 and everything went well. But I can't manage to start it. It shows no error message, and no splash screen.

I've tried to troubleshoot compatibility, but with no success.

Any thoughts?

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From I experience, I have found this to be a buggy pieced of software. however, have you any previous versions of Workbench installed? –  slotishtype Aug 25 '11 at 10:45
    
No, its a fresh install of windows. –  solomongaby Aug 25 '11 at 13:10
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get Visual C++ 2010 redistributable x32 & NET Framework 4 Client Profile x64 –  user100707 Oct 8 '11 at 21:20
    
+1 for x32 version of C++ 2010, even if you are running a x64 PC –  klonq Nov 19 '13 at 15:12

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I saw in the Event Viewer that this application causes a fault in KERNELBASE.dll (Id = 1000).

Install an older version (mysql-workbench-oss-5.0.30-win32.msi), and this is working.

I have Win 7 Home Premium.

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Installing the 32 bits version of Visual C++ redistributables (vcredist_x86.exe), even if you use Windows 7 Pro x64, should fix the problem.

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This worked for me using 5.2.47 version, thanks –  Kstro21 Jul 30 '13 at 13:06

Uninstall .NET Framework 4 Client Profile and Visual C++ redistributables (I had a bunch) from your computer (using Programs and Features) and re-install the most recent .NET Framework 4 Client Profile and Visual C++ 2010 redistributable.

I had the same problem using Windows 7 64-bit and I fixed it this way.

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Fresh install of WB 5.2.35 CE and Visual C++ 2010 redistributable x86, no other changes, hacks or installs (or reinstalls) did the trick for me.

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