Re: PHP Startup: Unable to initialize module
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I had to upgrade to PHP 5.3.6 on a Windows environment.That was ONLY available on windows.php.net as a VC9 version (downloaded theThread-safe installer) All of the dlls in the ext folder came with PHP 5.3.6 I'm not mixing versions..
I think you might be suffering from Bug #54425.Check your httpd.conf - PHPIniDir and LoadModule php5_module should only contain forward slashes.
You might also check Apache Lounge version of Apache if you are not already using it.
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