Anything in this post that may help?daffy wrote:But when I access myPHPAdmin I get 'error cannot load mysqli extension'.
No and probably.daffy wrote:Is this something just forgotten to be included in the latest Xampp download ? or is it Vista being its usual awkward self.
Please could you kindly explain in detail the procedure you adopted when you uninstalled and then reinstalled - thanks.daffy wrote:I have uninstalled and re-installed Xampp about 5 times now.
l STudio Laptop. Nothing much in it. Tried to install Acronis. Vista did not like. Installed NOrton Internet security 2009. Installed Delphi7. Thats all.
Then Download Xampp windows.installer. And ran. Did not seem to have phpMyAdmin at all.
Now on my old XP machine I remember that I had installed WampServer first before I was aware of Xampp. So Uninstall Xampp using control panel 'uninstal programs' All Gone.
Install WampServer instead. Ah! now seems to have PHPMy ADmin.
Error Message cannot load MySql extension (did not notice if it said MySqli ).
Swear quietly and uninstall WampServer using Control Panel.
Re-Install Xampp seems to have PHPMyAdmin now but still the same error message.
Uninstall and re-install WampServer. This give various information about PHP and in its list of PHP extensions is definatly ticked the MySqli extension.
Checked that PHP.ini is in windows path OK
Perhaps Norton is the problem. Disconnect switch off Norton. Re-try
But when I access myPHPAdmin I get 'error cannot load mysqli extension'.
What do you suggest next ?
With a brand new virtually empty computer with Vista home premium I want to use Xampp
daffy wrote:If I use the 7Zip mode and the setup.bat
I get a message Warning Directory mismatch.
Try starting MySQL using the mysql_start.bat file as it may give a more detailed error message.daffy wrote:After some installs everything is there except Mysql.
Sometime Mysql will start as a service sometimes not.
This is telling you that a component or a file in the xampp folder is currently still in use and the folder can't be deleted if a file is in use.daffy wrote:When I do an uninstall the Xampp directory itself will not uninstall or delete unless I restart the computer then delete it.
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