Sharley wrote:Posting in several forums the same question is called cross posting and is frowned upon in all good forums - please don't do it here - thanks.
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In .\xampp\htdocs\xampp folder there should be a file called lang.tmp
If it is there, open it in your text editor and make sure it contains only the 2 letters of your language for example en for English.
If the file does not exist then either create it in your text editor as a blank file or include those 2 letters en for English etc. and save the file to the above folder.
If you create a blank file then you will have to select your language again when going to http://localhost then the lang.tmp file will be created again for you automagically.
BTW do you have problems like you had when using the index.php file by simply going to http://localhost with no index.php added?
This is not correct.IMil wrote:...Then look what the "Loaded Configuration File" displays. If should point to "c:/xampp/php/php.ini"...
Sharley wrote:The php.ini file used in a default XAMPP installation is:
Please take the time to read the documentation on the Apache Friends web site.
XAMPP has no control over a previous installed instance of php, only you can know this.
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