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RiggsFolly
There was more than one version of WAMPServer 2 See It might be simpler if you tell us what specific versions of Apache / MySQL / PHP you are looking for
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Today
RiggsFolly
Where did you test this? On the LIVE Server? Whichever it is you have TWO MySQL Servers running. As I dont know or suppost your LIVE Host, maybe you had better ask for help there
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Today
RiggsFolly
Hi, Sorry I am a bit confused. Are you trying to move a WordPress site from your local machine to a LIVE hosted server, or move WordPress from a LIVE server to a local WAMPServer on your PC?
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Yesterday
RiggsFolly
Thats not an answer to the question Start WAMPServer. Using the wampmanager menus left click wampmanager->Apache->Version-> 2.4.9 (click on the version number) Stop WAMPServer Start WampServer Check the error log. Make sure you are looking for NEW errors, and not seeing the old ones.
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Yesterday
RiggsFolly
Oto, 13. No virtual hosts
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Yesterday
RiggsFolly
Restarted WAMPServer, BUT did you also do as suggested i.e. clicking on the Apache Version number in the menus as specified?
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Yesterday
RiggsFolly
Hi To clear that issue, do this Start WAMPServer. Using the wampmanager menus left click wampmanager->Apache->Version-> click on the version number. Stop WAMPServer Start WampServer Check the error log. Make sure you are looking for NEW errors, and not seeing the old ones.
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Yesterday
RiggsFolly
Hi Sorry to hear this, but if you read back what you have given us to wprk with, well its not much. Everything else works but this one is really not giving us anything solid to work with.
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3 days ago
RiggsFolly
Not a probelm, there are no limits to what you can do with WAMPServer.
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4 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please check that you have all the MSVC runtime libraries installed on your new server. See POINT 20 of the Troubleshooting Tips
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4 days ago
RiggsFolly
The simplest solution: 1. Backup your databases !important 2. Backup your site(s). !important 3. Uninstall WAMPServer 4. Reinstall WampServer (the same versions of MYSQL and Apahce and PHP) onto the Dropbox folder somewhere 5. Restore your databases and Site(s) to the new location. On the other PC, create a shortcut on the desktop from the dropbox\wamp folder of wampmanager.exe
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Is this a new install or one that has been running for some time?
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please answer ALL these questions before asking a question READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION Then check the All you need to know about WAMPServer 3 Then there is also the TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Try another browser. Then look up "Chrome and localhost" and find the fix
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
If you do not know what application you are using HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO KNOW
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi These are PHP coding errors!
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
But surely that will have removed the Windows update!!! And likely as not also removed the Apache and MYSQL services that WAMPServer installs. Did you re-install WAMPServer after you re-installed Windows?
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Oto Your English is getting much better! I wish my French was as good!! Galactic Immensity .... I am thinking of a Vacation there this summer, I will look for the guys files when I am there if you think that might help?
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Matteo, I am not sure I understood your comments about what you do/did after Windows did the Creators Update? Are you saying that once the update was installed you then Re-installed Windows?
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi First you would be well advised to create a Virtual Host in Apache for each and every one of your sites, specially as you are using a WordPress site. The Need for Virtual hosts Secondly, moving WordPress sites is a well known problem, and well documented on The WordPress Codec and many other palces. It is not an issue in any way related to WAMPServer. Hope these help you.
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, You are correct, you shoudl not have XAMPP and WAMPServer on the same computer. In many respects they are the same thing. You can however run One or The Other, but you cannot run both at the same time as they both have Apache which uses port 80 (therefore cannot be run togther) and MYSQL which uses port 3306 and (therefore cannot be run together) Pick one or the other.
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
All 64bit PHP versions BEFORE PHP7 were considered experimental in windows as they never quite sorted out 64bit integers. After PHP7 PHP is NOT considered Experimental as it is a true 64bit implementation
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
This is totally up to you.
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi It sounds like you network drivers have got into a bit of a mess. Stop WAMPServer and then Open a command prompt as Administrator Run netsh winsock reset netsh winsock reset catalog netsh int ip reset reset.log netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log ipconfig /flushdns Reboot if necessary Start WAMPServer and try to access phpMyAdmin as before
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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17 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi It is very difficult to help with this kind of issue remotely. Can you post some details from your mysql error log, just so we have a better idea of the issues. Also can you answer all these question so we know a bit about the versions of WAMPServer etc you are using Read and Answer before you ask a question
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19 days ago
RiggsFolly
There is nothing secret here
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21 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi I am sorry but I am confused by your last post. I have seen now in my windows tray a green icon This si good and should mean that Apache and MySQL are started and by click on this i see both services apache and my mysql are green This is confusing. The Apache `Start/Resume Service` menu item should not be green. If apache is running it should be GREY like the image above. It should
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23 days ago
RiggsFolly
These are menu items accessed from the wampmanager icon in the System Tray. If you dont see wampmanager, open the tray expansion area by clicking on the little arrow. And these are the menus activated by a left click overt the wampmanager icon
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24 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi When you install IIS it brings a lot of other stuff with it and they all share port 80. So go to Start -> Control Panel -> Programs and Features Click the 'Turn windows features on and off' link in the left hand menu. Wait for the list to load and then find 'Internet Information Services' Un check the check boxes for the following items ( you may not see all of them ), and the
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