Fix MySQL No Packages Found, did not find packages in the current bundle suitable for Installation. No Compatible servers were found

In this post, learn how to fix “No Packages Found” issue. You may get this error while “Choosing a Setup Type” for MySQL installation. Following is the exact error:


Following is the error:

Following is the screenshot of the error:

no packages found mysql

Fix No Packages Found error

Step1: To fix the issue, at first completely uninstall MySQL from your Windows 10 system. Use the below video to completely remove MySQL:

Step 2:
After following the above video and removing, go to the MySQL official website. On reaching, install the 2nd MySQL version i.e. mysql-installer-community- as shown below. Size is 422 MB:


The above two steps will fix the “No Packages Found” issue.

However, if you are still unable to fix the issue, then after following the above 2 steps, try installing MySQL and this time, select, “Developer Default” under “Choosing a Setup Type” as shown below:

MySQL Setup Type

Video Tutorial

If you’d like to see video tutorial and fix the issue, then refer the below video,

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