Assuming MyISAM tables (it looks like that based on the file extensions):
1. Create the database i.e. "create database databasename"
2. shut down mysql
3. Go to the mysql data directory (you can do a "show variables like 'datadir'" to find this out before shutting down mysql)
4. Load the files to the /path/to/datadir/databasename
5. restart mysql
That should make the tables for that database accessible. If that doesn't solve your issue then you can try MySql Recovery Toolbox. The MySql recovery tool recovers databases in the MyISAM format and either saves the data to disk as SQL scripts or exports it directly to the MySQL server. http://www.oemailrec...l_recovery.html
See also http://stackoverflow...d-myi-frm-files
some "gotchas" other people have encountered.