Have you tried using phpinfo() to make sure it's seeing your php.ini file ?
Ralph E. Brickley wrote:
I have been using Apache 2, PHP5 and MySQL 4 and 5 for a long time, and
recently had to wipe my box due to a virus!
Now that I have everything reinstalled, I can NOT get rid of this annoying
MySQLi error. I have experienced this before but I can't seem to fix it this
time. I have all of the necessary ini file settings, such as
Extension_dir = "C:\PHP5\ext\"
I do not get any errors on start up from Apache, but in trying to access
mysqli I get this fatal error. I have lib_mysqli.dll all over this computer,
Windows, System32, System, C:\PHP5, C:\PHP5\EXT\, everywhere. I'm stuck and
need help. I uninstalled MySQL 5 and put 4.1 back on and that didn't help
Any clues? Thanks!
1^st Floor, 184 -186 Glenferrie Road, Malvern VIC 3144
PH: *(03) 9500 1466*
FX : *(03) 9500 1469*
Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Web: www.styleman.com.au <http://www.styleman.com.au>
The information in this e-mail is confidential and is intended solely
for the addressee. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of
the author and do not necessarily represent those of Option Systems Pty
Ltd. If you are not the intended recipient, please delete this message
and contact the sender.