This means that the database tables that the plugin tries to create are not created. It's usually due to database user permission issues. I'm using Xampp as well for local testing, but it's working, so it might be some sort of configuration issue only.
The easiest resolution should be simply by creating the tables manually via an SQL query on PHPMyAdmin. If you have the database tables with the default 'wp_' table prefix, then running this query should do the trick: https://gist.github.com/anag0/71157b525e4219f0f8478cece3f3e5a5
I have also attached the same sql file (zipped) to this post, if you prefer importing that.
- This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by Ernest Marcinko.
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