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***No Table found, when creating a recordset to MySQL Database

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I have made a successful connection to the MySQL database.
When attempting to create a record set (Query) under the Application/Bindings Tab, I select the connection, but then the Table field says *** No Table Found
Also under Application/Databases tab, the connections appear. When expanding the + for the Table it says "None"
I do have Tables in the MySQL database which Dreamweaver has a connection to, so that is not the problem.
I've searched multiple forums on the internet for this problem, and while I have found that others have had this problem, I have not seen any solutions.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am a novice in this area, so if you need any additional information from me, please be as specific as possible as to where and how I can get it.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Additional information:
Windows 7 Ultimate
Dreamweaver CS3 (Creative Suite 3 Web Premium)
Apache 2.2.15-win32-x86-openssl-0.9.8m-r2
PHP-5.2.6-Win32
mysql-workbench-gpl-5.2.25-win32
Freshly reformatted computer and only installed the above software along with AVG antivirus.
Edit: I should also note that this is for a local testing server. I am not trying to connect remotely.
Best Regards,
Blain
Message was edited by: Blain1976
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The best answer: Now the problem has gone from bad to worse.
I previously had a connection to my database but just couldn't see the tables.
Now after I added another user I can't even make a connection. Instead I get an error message that says "An unidentified error has occured"
My server and database are actually running. I can loginto my database through the MySQL workbench. It says it's running. The apache server also says it's running and if I key in localhost in my internet explorer it says "It works!"
I have now deleted the new user in MySQL  that I added and now I can't even connect to the database in Dreamweaver.
Any suggestions?
Thank you,
Blain