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Old February 24th, 2006, 04:16 AM
Gauthier Gauthier is offline
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Hmmmm I just had a problem like this with PHP 5 : Mysql 5 : and Apache 2
but im sure its the same thing.

Make sure your apache httpd.conf is pointing at your
php.ini file

In your php.ini file make sure you have
extension_dir = "Where ever the php/ext dir is"

I threw in the libmysql.dll into my ext as well.

If that still doesnt work they you can turn
display_startup_errors = on
and php will tell you what it cant find on startup