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Bug #10684 Installation Problem
Submitted: 2001-05-05 14:45 UTC Modified: 2001-05-06 01:43 UTC
From: malcolman at optushome dot com dot au Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Installation problem
PHP Version: 4.0.5 OS: Windows 2000 Advanced Server
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2001-05-05 14:45 UTC] malcolman at optushome dot com dot au
I was trying to install the latest version of php on my server and towards the end of the installation, I got this error message: "Component MSCOMCTL.OCX or one of its dependencies not correctly registered, a file is missing or invalid" and from then on, windows starts up very slowly (takes about three minutes just to start up) and even then, it gives me a device error message!
I tried reinstallation, but I got the same error..
At least tell me how to uninstall the program..

Thanks

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 [2001-05-05 20:41 UTC] jmoore@php.net
THis will be fixed in next verison of the installer for now please install PHP manually or find the mscomctl.ocx file and register it with regserv32.

- James
 [2001-05-06 01:35 UTC] malcolman at optushome dot com dot au
How do I install php manually? and I couldn't find a file called regserv32 to register mscomctl.ocx. As a matter of fact, I couldn't even find the file mscomctl.ocx in my Windows 2000 directory. Instead I found it in my Win98 dir. What should I do?
Does this have anything to do with the extremely slow startup of Win2k?

Thank You
 [2001-05-06 01:43 UTC] malcolman at optushome dot com dot au
I successfully registered the mscomctl.ocx file found in my win98 dir into win2k.. and the installation of php continued without the mentioned error message. Only this time, it halted on "copying file php.ini" and wouldn't finish the installation even though it shows that the installation process should be over.
Please help..
Thank You
 
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