Izzy wrote:The other possibility is that you have had another php installation or still do and the Windows environment path is sending requests to it perhaps or, after installing XAMPP a reboot may be required to have the C:\xampp path recognized.
To check your Windows paths and edit them to include the C:\xampp\php path go here:
(I have only XP but one would assume that your OS would be similar)
Open the Windows Control Panel
Click on System->Advanced->Environment Variables
There are 2 path locations
Click on Edit on both of these and add at the beginning
Click OK Click OK Click OK
Then try again to run the batch file - you may have to reboot your computer to have the new paths recognized.
Sharley wrote:Open http://localhost and click on the phpinfo() link and look for this line:
Loaded Configuration File C:\xampp\apache\bin\php.ini - your path to xampp may be slightly different.
If your line has any different php.ini location then you may have to do some tweaking.
That's strange but not a problem.cssjunkie wrote:I also checked the paths as you suggest (just for fun), but I can't
find the specific user and system variable paths at all, they just
aren't listed. Oh well.
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