Not so much another instance of php that would have caused your issue but another php.ini file in the Windows folder perhaps and/or a path variable pointing to your other instance of php in the Environment Variables or this SetEnv PHPRC "path" System Environment Variable or in a registry entry perhaps.joes_k wrote:Finally I tracked it down to the fact that I had another version of PHP installed on the computer. When I removed PHP, then removed XAMPP, restarted and then re-installed XAMPP everything finally worked.
I have downloaded and copied over the PHP directory, an unzipped binary version of PHP 5.2.8, and have manually replaced the libMySQL.dll from an Eclipse PDT subfolder to the PHP directory in XAMPP.
This was one of the posts I read: http://web2.0entrepreneur.com/31/cli-ha ... vista.html
and have manually replaced the libMySQL.dll from an Eclipse PDT subfolder to the PHP directory in XAMPP.
I still have the problem of the PHP CLI closing and throwing the pop-up dialog.
Wiedmann wrote:OK, you must also copy "php_mysql_5.0.51a.dll" to "php_mysql.dll" and "php_mysqli_5.0.51a.dll" to "php_mysqli.dll" in "\xampp\php\ext".
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