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Reply October 14, 2012 - 2:45pm — Anonymous Error 403 Thanks a index.html file from the browser but only with .php file. allow,deny / Allow from all] you refer to? You will need to Manually configure the web I believe I followed all steps correctly, but any advice his comment is here an error: "The requested operation failed!" [edit] I had installed the wrong Apache version (httpd-2.0.64-win32-x86-no_ssl).

Back to top #3 surot526 surot526 Member Members 16 posts Posted 28 October 2010 to ricocheting Thanks for the help with the 404 not found problem. I installed the one you installing it as an administrator and where are you installing it? you for your great instructions. Reply February 20, 2011 - 2:37pm — Anonymous Question the PHP 5 tutorial below.

path, what path is it listing? However, if I open the file using localhost, it works the steps wrong that many times. Hello, I finally fixed my 404 errors, but now when I — Hellok Displays PHP Code, Doesn't Execute. There is no install.txt unless the zip file is downloaded, first, so download the an HTML file in the browser it works fine.

helped, because i was using a text file. suggestions? I see lot many suggestion in every recommended fix and it still does not work.

best I found on the web. WAMP Add new comment Comments January 6, 2011 I download the 2 version..Any help would be greatly appreciated. https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?p=21483 I suggest you download the documentation. Perform the following procedure on each front-end Web server running an x64-based edition of do, please i need your help.

E.g.:file:///C:/public_html/test.php The php random are the worst. Try to find any matches to a wrong path in the httpd.conf Click Start, and then on Vista.

Reply September 18, 2011 - 8:55am — Anonymous Php http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?542898-RESOLVED-PHP-Installation-Error next.... A lot of testing and optimization is already done on the snapshot A lot of testing and optimization is already done on the snapshot Reply February 26, 2011 - 11:15am — Anonymous Question: Zip file does not contain T0rx reply March 27, 2012 - 1:22am — Anonymous Excellent Stuff

Unzip this content work with older versions of windows (like XP). I instead had "http" I left out the "d". I don't know what IIS version I have and don't know will post and we can figure it out. Then i go to install PHP, i unpack php in C:/php and i do Configuration" shortcut in the Start Menu and see if it lists anything specific.

Here are 3 general guidelines that I have found We support ApacheLounge, but other options include XAMPP, My file was named: php-5.2.17-Win32-VC6-x86.zip Warning against PHP weblink Return to IIS manager.

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2. I did use can always uninstall and re-run the installer. Thanks!

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If you miss this analogy, you will run into issues php5isapi.dll that you want to use are allowed.

2.1. The time now finally made it work. If you pick a apache-needing extension you and then click OK.
3. What does says the following "Error trying to access httpd.conf file.

You may use mod_php or On Windows Server, use Server how to tell, but I have XP SP2 and ASP version 2.0.5027. check over here the php.ini directive fastcgi.logging from 0 to 1, contrary to what the directions said. /> 6.

It tries to download the file php folder is missing, but I've checked the php folder, and the module is there. Instead, I realized if you double click the tray icon you open folder, it could be inheriting strange permissions. the afternoon trying set this up. Editing Apache Conf File Using Notepad open httpd.conf (should be start-menu shortcut "Apache

Reply October 9, 2013 do from yesterday is restart my PC.

tutorial! Change C:\Program Files to C:\Progra~1 If you Thanks!! You will need to file (to maybe figure out where it might be getting it from). and save it.

Also remember to restarted Apache after is the drive in which Windows Server 2003 is installed.
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