Downloads don't work for me, why?

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Downloads don't work for me, why?

Postby salvonet » 14. October 2006 16:58

HI all
I have tried to download the window version and a window opens telling:

The NTVDM CPU has encounted an illegal intruction.
CS: IP:63 72 65 65 choose "Close" to terminate the application

Is there any reason for it?

Thanks

Sal
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Re: Downloads don't work for me, why?

Postby Izzy » 15. October 2006 00:10

salvonet wrote:HI all
I have tried to download the window version and a window opens telling:

The NTVDM CPU has encounted an illegal intruction.
CS: IP:63 72 65 65 choose "Close" to terminate the application

Is there any reason for it?

Thanks

Sal


This a problem with your PC and is not uncommon.
It could be the results of Spyware or any of a number of issues as it is a builtin protection system comming into play.
This link has some useful info and remedies:
http://www.mcse.ms/archive55-2005-11-1960098.html

Here is a link to a Google search with some useful results to read:
The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal intruction

Here is a direct link via a Sourceforge Mirror site to the XAMPP for Windows 1.5.4a Installer version download in case it is a browser redirect issue.
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Postby salvonet » 15. October 2006 09:00

Hi izzy

Thank for the tips. I have downloaded from the link above
http://www.mcse.ms/archive55-2005-11-1960098.html

From this link, I was able to download the installer without problems and installing the programs.

HOWEVER, I now have one problems with the software. The mysql
will not start. It tell me that its busy.

I had already installed the mysql with another software "easy..." but it is in different directory ... what do I have to do to disable it in order to start with xampp?

Thanks
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Postby Izzy » 15. October 2006 09:08

Use the Task Manager to end the process.

Ctrl-Alt-Delete - Processes tab - look for mysqld.exe.
Right click on it and select 'End Process'.
Click 'Yes' on the Warning popup.

Now start your Xampp MySQL.

You will have to go to your previous mysql installation and make sure the services are diasabled or it will happen again. You may also want to uninstall it as you have no need of 2 MySQL or Apache installations. They will only create conflicts and issues in the future.

Run xampp\xampp-portcheck.exe and it should show all free before you start any of the XAMPP modules.

You should still do some work on establishing why you had the original error you posted and try and eliminate the cause if you can find it.
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