I agree with Angie's sentiments. There is no need at all to put the dlls in 
your system directory (although php will still work if you do) as long as 
phpts.dll is in the same directory as the main php executable or dll. This 
means php.exe for cgi, php4apache.dll for Apache module etc. 

I think that working this way vastly reduces the chances of 'old' php files 
messing up an installation.

Phil Driscoll

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