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And I tried copying the php5apache2.dll into my modules folder and using modules/php5apache2.dll and that improved nothing either. Then edit your php.ini file, find de text: ;extension=php5apache2_2.dll // and change y to extension=php5apache2_2.dll if the text is not present put the line yourself. PHP 5.5 is only shipped with php5apache2_4.dll which will mismatch with your version. Browse other questions tagged php apache dll or ask your own question. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-c-php-php5apache2-4-dll-into-server-1-is-not-a-valid-win32-application.html

Do the IPA consonants /v/ and /w/ sound similar? Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? BEFORE you UN-INSTALL the MSI file, open a command prompt and navigate to the BIN folder of Apache. The lib file and the php5apache2.dll were the most up to date "Connector" files I could get, I think they came from the MySQL5 page.

Back to top James BlondModeratorJoined: 19 Jan 2006Posts: 6032Location: Germany, Next to Hamburg Posted: Mon 17 Jul '06 17:28 Post subject: MegamanXGold wrote: So now all I gotta do is learn share|improve this answer edited Nov 18 '13 at 19:17 superjos 5,42514171 answered Oct 19 '12 at 23:17 Rob 292 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Please check that for I'm sure I'll have more problems soon though.

Just ran into this myself and this was a huge help. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Cannot start Apache (c:/php/php5apache2_4.dll into server: The specified module could not be found) up vote 2 down vote favorite Well I tried In that folder I can see the module php5apache2.dll about 37 KB when I try to open it I get the "this is a system file etc. Nor will anyone else, especially because when installing a webserver and database server, people assume you have a certain level of competence with computers.

How do I uninstal php- there doesn't seem to be a method Regards D. I've tried changing it to these and no improvements occurred: Code: LoadModule php5_module c:/php/php5apache2.dll LoadModule php5_module "c:\php\php5apache2.dll" LoadModule php5_module C:/php/php5apache2.dll LoadModule php5_module "C:\php\php5apache2.dll" I've even tried copying the entire php folder Also I appear to not have any file entitled anything with "apache" in it in my PHP folder. hop over to this website with the addition of "LoadModule takes two arguments a module name and the name of a shared object file to load it from.." I assume the module name to be php5apache2.dll

It's been nearly 3 years since, however, that I've had a running web server. There was a newer version of PHP on their site, but that is not what Kevin's book said to use, so I went for the version he suggested. any help would be appreciated Jan 31, 2007,00:02 #2 dklynn View Profile View Forum Posts Certified Ethical Hacker Join Date Feb 2002 Location Auckland Posts 14,692 Mentioned 20 Post(s) Tagged 3 How are the functions used in cryptographic hash functions chosen?

Thanks in advance. Bonuses With this, can you tell me how to correct my problem? You can now find them here. Darn!

Overwrite the php5apache2.dll with Steffen's version: Downloal php5apache2.dll from www.apachelounge.com/download/ Add the folder that you put the PHP files into in the PATH ENVIRONMENT (System Properties | Advanced | Environment Variables this contact form Eliminating these or replacing them with regular quotes fixed the problem and Apache ran smoothly with PHP after that. However, I had no clue what to enter if not exactly that. It isn't too hard to do.

I wish the developers would also think of the consumer of these error messages. Lynn - Data Koncepts is a long-time WebHostingBuzz (US/UK) Client and (unpaid) WHB Ambassador mod_rewrite Tutorial Article (setup, config, test & write mod_rewrite regex w/sample code) and Code Generator Feb 1, Faq May 20th, 2006,10:07 PM #3 SimonGreenhill View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage  (retired) Devshed Supreme Being (6500+ posts)           have a peek here There are hacks to get it to work, but the easiest way is to install an earlier version of Apache 2 Cheers, Jamie >_ My Music Blog | Losing weight @notsoheavyblog

Take notes during the process. Step 2) Tell us what went wrong. I have tried downloading this php dll from several different places, all with same results.

I'm installing on Win 7.

It has been brought to the attention of engineering and this will be changed on the HP site in the near future. James, A agree, why use PHP 4 when PHP 5 is fairly well proven. The error in windows Event Viewer (though the file was there) : The Apache service named reported the following error: httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 184 of C:/wamp64/bin/apache/apache2.4.18/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot load c:/wamp64/bin/php/php5.6.19/php5apache2_4.dll The problems came when trying to install PHP 5.3.6. (php-5.3.6-nts-Win32-VC9-x86).

This version of PHP is no longer compatible with the version of Windows 2003. Faq July 31st, 2006,07:39 PM #11 No Profile Picture OldManRiver View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date Sep 2005 Posts Can I use that to take out what he owes me? Check This Out More details here: webmasterworld.com/forum92/3140.htm.

Where do I drop off a foot passenger in Calais (P&O)? If you want or need ApacheMonitor you can create shortcuts however you like. Faq September 20th, 2006,05:57 PM #13 No Profile Picture yellowplanet View Profile View Forum Posts  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date Sep 2006 Posts Thank you.

Tags: SMH View All (1) 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 14 REPLIES Marcin_Trzyna Occasional Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight After you validate that Apache starts, stop it before proceding. Another problem someone else ran into was trying to configure Apache with NTS (non-thread-safe) PHP. cannot load phpapache5 2.dll module can't be found." When I trace the path the module is sitting there.

Retired Moderator. Addslashes? mysql_real_escape_string? To do so would bring on immense headaches with the "protection" Windows affords that directory (you'll have to put-up with editing the Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file as an administrator).