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[resolved] Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL which is required for Word (3 posts)

  1. hierofante
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I know what you're thinking: “Doesn’t this dumbarse know that this issue has been discussed 49 times here?” YES I KNOW, BELIEVE ME! I have been reading all of them and tried e-ve-ry-thing. Even the most basic and also the stupid looking ones. Nothing seems to make my blog to run.

    Config:

    - Windows 2003 Web
    - PHP (latest)
    - MySQL (latest)

    I am migrating servers. Now I am trying my own server right now, not a hosted solution. So I copied all WordPress files, restored the database in the new server and it does not work. I have been struggling with it for 3 days now and thought that was time to post here.

    I have uninstalled PHP a bunch of times. Last time I did the manual installation. Even MySQL I have uninstalled once and wiped every trace of it before rebooting e reinstalling again.

    Everything was checked several times: the php.ini seems ok, the wp-config.php too. As well the path variables, extensions, etc. The IIS6 also is configured apparently correctly. I really don’t know what to do right now unless asking for your help.

    You can have a look at the config files: http://tecnocientista.sytes.net/blog/_test/ I saved as TXT so you could have access to it.

    Thanks,

    Marcelo

  2. Samuel B
    moderator
    Posted 7 years ago #

    In the wp-config.php - did you try an actual IP instead of "localhost"?

  3. hierofante
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Thanks for the tip Samboll. But amazingly its working by itself (http://tecnocientista.sytes.net/blog/). It possibly has something to do with caching, but I am not sure. Possibly the manual installation of the PHP or/and the reinstallation of MySQL did something... I'll probably never know.

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