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RiggsFolly
Hi What version of Windows Server 2008 are you running? Did you check that you have all the MSVC Runtimes installed See
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RiggsFolly
Hi Dnevnet please do not suggest downloading MSVC Runtimes manually. They should always be installed propery using the Microsoft versions and the inbuilt installer. You have no idea what you are downloading from these "fix your dll" sites, they could quite easily have been tampered with and you could be downloading anything !!!!
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Today
RiggsFolly
Do you see the User Account Control dialog with the Yes/No buttons?
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12 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Please remember we are not clairvoyant. Which version are you trying to install? Which version do you currently have installed? What EXACTLY is stopping you installing?
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12 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Not really a WAMPServer issue but, do you have the php_openssl extension enabled in PHP?
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12 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi That tutorial assumes you are using 32bit WAMPServer, I assume you downloaded the 64bit (x64) version of Imagik and not the 32bit (x86) version.
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13 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, This sounds like something has changed, even though it may not be obvious what it was. First check that the WAMPManager icon is Green. Is it? Then check the Apache error log and the MySQL error log. If that leads you nowhere, try looking at the Windows Event Viewer for error messages from Apache or MYSQL. More information would be very useful if you want a lot more help
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14 days ago
RiggsFolly
Then show us what you did to wampmanager.conf please. We are not clairvoyant !!!!!
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you install another MySQL Server, maybe by installing MySQL Workbench?
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you check that the php.ini file used by Apache and the one used by PHP CLI (yes they are different) both had the required extensions included?
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi 1. Are you using Port 80 for Apache? 2. Had you changed the port number that Apache was using? 3. Have you looked at the Apache error log? 4. Have you looked at the Windows Event Log for error messages from Apache (also look for errors from MySQL)
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Do you mean you upgraded to Windows 10 from another version of Windows, or, you applied an normal Windows 10 update on top of an existing version of Windows 10? If you moved to Windows 10 from another version of Windows then the Windows 10 install does not add all the MSVC runtime libraries, one of which you appear to require. In this case you should also install ALL the MSVC Runtime
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25 days ago
RiggsFolly
But if you click the link I gave you it will take you to a tutorial. The same tutorial that was linked to in the link Oto gave you. Here is the passage from Oto's linked page: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- With Wampserver 3.0.0 it is simplier and can be done automatically with few click: --- see --- But this does not prevent
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25 days ago
RiggsFolly
Look at the WAMPServer homepage! Launch `localhost` that is the WAMPServer homepage Look under TOOLS for an item called "Add a Virtual Host" en voila Automation Or if you had read what Otomatic suggested you should have found a link to
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Have you installed something recently that may have come with its own MySQL Server. It sounds like there is another MySQL Server running on your system. Remember MySQL server runs as a service and therefore will not show up in the running programs list This normally happens when someone installs something like MySQL Workbench. That comes in 2 flavours one with its own MySQL Server ins
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
hi I would guess it is the MySQL or mariaDb that is not starting. Check (right click) wampmanager->Tools->Check State of Service If this is the case check the MySQL or mariaDB error log Check (left click) wampmanager->MySQL->MySQL log I would bet that there is a database corruption and that is stopping the service starting. If I am wrong, please show us some of the e
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28 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Remember WAMPServer can have multiple versions fo MySQL installed and you an switch between them. All you need to do with WAMPServer 3+ is download a MySQL ADDON for the original version of MySQL, then you can replace he files as you say you are currently trying to do. Once they are moved into the original MySQL version folder, switch to the old MySQL do a backup, then switch to the ne
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Thanks for taking the time to provide some useful information
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Sorry, no Joomla experts here
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Thats a very good point, that may well be your issue. Check the Joomla config file
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
And after that it still gives you the same issues?
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
You should not add the php folder to the Windows PATH. Thats what the message is trying to tell you. The Online/Offline menu is now basically defunct (no use) and therefore has been hidden If you want it back (I suggest you do not do this) look at Right Cick wampmanager-> Settings -> Menu item Online/Offline It is better to create The need for Virtual Hosts and create a virtual
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Can you open a command windows and do > ping joomla And show the result. Possibly you may need a reboot to make the DNSCache refresh
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Klopfer, Yes if you want to remember the complete path all the time then thats fine. But if you dont want to have to enter the whole thing, setting it TEMPORARILY (for the life of a command window) onto the PATH is the way to go
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
First did you type `joomla` or `www.joomla` into the browser address bar?
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
When you say the site opens as www.joomla what are you doing to get that result? Are you clicking on the wampserver homepage? Are you entering something directly into the browser address bar?
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Why have you changed the contents of the httpd-vhosts.conf file? That is not what was delivered by WAMPServer?
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Show us your httpd-vhosts.conf file and also check that you put the new domain name in the HOSTS file. Maybe show us the HOSTS file as well.
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, I use composer and as you say there is not such DLL distributed with either the 32 or 64bit versions of WAMPServer. I can only assume that you have added this to the `php.ini` file yourself OR that you have another `php.ini` file somewhere on your system OR that you have added some other PHP distribution to your PATH in windows, First look for any php.ini file that is NOT in the \w
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