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Thread began 9/19/2009 6:35 pm by madelectrical386948 | Last modified 9/20/2009 12:37 pm by madelectrical386948 | 3155 views | 7 replies


I know I keep posting to myself and thanks office172461. You gave me the direction I needed and I successfully got the XAMPP to work.

This thread info is good for anybody who has made the stupid mistakes I did.

I originally I installed Apache 2.2.8 and downloaded the PHP 5.2.10.

Well I guess you need to tie these 2 things together and it was really hard to understand thru all the notes how and what you are changing. I could get Apache to work, but not the PHP.

I read about XAMPP which is tied together and thought what a great idea.

Whoever reads this thread, make sure when you remove Apache or XAMPP with a new ver., you must delete every reference in the registry. Nothing will work until you do.

XAMPP is working now and thanks for the direction.


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