Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Zend Technologies\Zend Optimizer]
Izzy wrote:I too have many versions of XAMPP installed for the testing of posters issues and the message in the XCP has no effect on those XAMPP installations what so ever - I can switch from one version to another including the several versions of the XCP without issue or having to edit the registry, providing of course I don't try to run more than one instance of any of them at a time which has nothing to do with the Directory Mismatch message.
Draven wrote:So, by looking at the code, you can see that this value is located at :
Registry Key : Install_Dir
Value : your_current_xampp_directory (E:\xampp in your case)
All you have to do is open the registry editor (start ---> run ---> type regedit then enter). Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE. Right-click on SOFTWARE and Choose New ---> Key. Then, type XAMPP then, click OK. Navigate to the XAMPP Key you just created, then right click on the right column (anywhere in the big white space) then again, New ---> String Value. Name it Install_Dir (probably case sensitive!) then hit Enter. Double click this value and in the appropriate box, type the path of your current XAMPP installation (E:\xampp in your case). Close the registry and restart the Control Panel and you're ready to start.
Then if you read the previous posts you will find the solution, that is, if you are concerned about the Directory Mismatch message in the XAMPP Control Panel - if you can live with the message and most do, then there is no need to do anything at all, as the message is only informative and has no real effect on the running of XAMPP which doesn't add anything to the registry in a default installation.sandycollie wrote:...I'm posting in this created thread because I have the same exact need.
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