phpmyadmin not loading 404 error
Posted by: dave485 (66.99.219.---)
Date: September 17, 2007 11:12PM

Hi, just installed wamp5 with the defaults for localhost testing & development. I had previously installed apache, mysql, php, mysqlphplite and phpmyadmin independently. I have successfully verified apache, mysql and php have all worked together. However, the previous phpmyadmin and this latest one from wamp5 have never started from the get go. I keep getting 404 errors, not found...I also had installed and worked ok sqlitemanager too. so it's just phpmyadmin thats not opening. what can I look at first? By the way I have zone alarm if it matters, it didn't with the other apps except for a port configuration change. I'll gladly show config files if I knew which ones would help answer this prob. . Thanks for any help.

Re: phpmyadmin not loading 404 error
Posted by: CyberSpatium (
Date: September 18, 2007 10:24PM

did you move wamp's phpmyadmin folder? it need to be located in the c:\wamp folder to work.

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Re: phpmyadmin not loading 404 error
Posted by: dave485 (
Date: September 19, 2007 10:33PM

I did double check and the phpmyadmin is located in the wamp directory already. I noticed too that the wamp often isn't showing any server active or shows 1 of 2 active even after I restart.

Re: phpmyadmin not loading 404 error
Posted by: dave485 (
Date: September 20, 2007 01:33AM

Ok, it's up and running. I should have deleted my original installations of apache, mysql. That did the trick.

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