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Could it be that the upgrade created /WINNT, and left the old /windows dir in place? all i have are these 2 lines at the end of the httpd.conf LoadModule php4_module c:/php/sapi/php4apache2.dll AddType application/x-httpd-php .php you copy all the ddls to the system folder? I am using the standard Win32 binary release for both PHP and Apache. ApacheLounge has the latest releases however if you are new to Apache it may be a little easier to download Apache and PHP from here http://www.anindya.com/ you can find both Apache http://3swindows.com/the-specified/the-specified-module-could-not-be-found-php-iis-5-1.html

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For further reading try the install.txt that comes with PHP and read the "Manual Installation Steps" part and the "Apache 2.0.x on Microsoft Windows" part. Browse other questions tagged php apache windows-7-x64 or ask your own question. ganesh.salpure View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to ganesh.salpure Find all posts by ganesh.salpure Find all threads by ganesh.salpure Add ganesh.salpure

Could it be that the upgrade created /WINNT, and left the old /windows dir in place? I am semi-clueless. Detect MS Windows What are the benefits of an oral exam? I could not figure it out until I read you post. (Got to pick the broken bits of glass I threw in Frustration!!!) The GORGON View Public Profile View Extended RPG

Worth, TX Posts: 650 Time spent in forums: 1 h 48 m 34 sec Reputation Power: 0 What platform are you using? It may be important to note that I am using PHP-5.4.13-Win32-VC9-x86 with the above dll. Help appreciated :) EDIT: I actually got the "tumbleweed" badge for this question. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12140248/error-setting-up-php-and-apache-dll-file-could-not-be-found What's the point of repeating an email address in "The Envelope" and the "The Header"?

Make sure that your apache and php are both x64 or both x86 and preferably compiled with the same VC. I used XAMPP- Apache's distributed installation to resolve this issue. You're trying to use Apache 2.0, which is ancient, with a copy of PHP for Apache 2.4. –duskwuff Jul 12 '13 at 7:09 1 I tried with apache 2.4 64 The error message is misleading and should be rephrased.

Zend Optimizer is a third party product, report the errors to Zend. [2001-05-03 11:44 UTC] sonnysavage at yahoo dot com I have isolated the cause of the problem(at least my problem). Modules written for Apache 2.0 will need to be recompiled in order to run with Apache 2.2, but no substantial reworking should be necessary." The error messages displayed when a user This means that modules and applications developed for Apache 2.2.x will be both source- and binary-compatible with future 2.2.x releases. reply Tweet Search Discussions Search All Groups PHP php-general 2 responses Oldest Nested Arnaud try to move the php4ts.dll library in C:\winnt\system32 Andrew Kirilenko wrote in message news:[email protected]

I commented the zend lines out of my php.ini, and the php apache module loads fine now. [2001-05-03 11:11 UTC] sonnysavage at yahoo dot com Here is a link to a check over here So make sure, that before your installation, there is no another php.ini or php4ts.dll on your computer!!! The httpd.conf line entry is this LoadModule php5_module "C:/php/php5apache2_4.dll" Is there any version compatible issues? Proxy Pass Tab - Proxy specific requests to backend Tomcat, IIS, and Nginx servers.

The Apache2 'handlers' provided with the above versions of PHP have been compiled and linked against Apache 2.0 libs (libapr.lib, libaprutil.lib, libhttpd.lib) and header files (...\include) -- utilizing the Apache 2.0 I really appreciate this. Worth, TX Posts: 650 Time spent in forums: 1 h 48 m 34 sec Reputation Power: 0 Use this for apache 2: LoadModule php4_module c:/php/sapi/php4apache2.dll instead of php4apache.dll If that his comment is here Running Apache 2.0.35 and PHP 4.2.0 in Windows XP, i have the same : Syntax error on line 948 of C:/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot load C:/Apache2/modules/php4apache.dll into server: The specified module could not

Get web server status reports. Tested it using the function. You can run 32 bit on 64 bit. –Cole Johnson Jul 23 '13 at 19:04 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Jan 7 '14 at 7:35 Thank you for your interest

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  • if you do a clean install, it then installs to C:\WINNT but i installed over the previous clean installation of win98SE, so my system root is still c:\Windows even though its
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The time now is 05:29 PM. Reply With Quote 06-26-2002,06:02 PM #29 Anon View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Jun 2000 Posts 65,357 RE: cannot load php4apache.dll in apache Hello! Your web server is like the engine to your website, and if tuned badly it will make your website suffer Add This Thread To: Del.icio.us Digg Google those screw up seemingly a bit more than the "stable releases" Post your versions, OS etc.

And yes, PHP is backward compatible, you'll just have to turn global variables on.Quotec:/Windows/System32/php4apache2.dll ->I tried loading the module straight from the Windows directory (I'm using win2k but installed it over However, I actually eventually just installed XAMPP and it was all configured fine ;) –imulsion Jun 24 '13 at 18:21 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign dammie View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to dammie Find all posts by dammie Find all threads by dammie Add dammie weblink Back to top TABJoined: 30 Mar 2013Posts: 4Location: Haiti,Port-au-Prince Posted: Thu 04 Jul '13 15:29 Post subject: To confirm that it's a compatibility problem: The same error occurred with PHP5.5.0.0, but

Find all posts by nicat23 Find all threads by nicat23 Add nicat23 to Your Buddy List #5 April 5th, 2003, 07:51 AM Ben Rowe Guest Posts: n/a Wayne Luke ------------ Aug 11, 2002,12:19 #8 Andrew-J2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Currently Occupied; Till Sunda Join Date Aug 2001 Location London Posts 2,475 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) QuoteDid you copy php.ini to your system root directory, and changed the apropriate fields in that file?