I had this problem with the CGI installation version. Modify your
httpd.conf and adapt it to run PHP as an Apache module and all should work
No matter where you go, &this.
"Jason Reid" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I'm running Windows 2000 Advanced server w/ SP2, with IIS and apache
> When i run some scripts(PEAR webinstaller.php for example) i get a
> Application Error stating that php.exe (if trying under IIS) or apache.exe
> (when trying under apache) have caused a error, saying:
> ' The instruction at "0x006b6d1" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The
> memory could not be "read". '
> I've tried reinstalling both apache and php, to no avail. I came across on
> reporting of this on the php.net bug tracker, but no solution. anyone know
> how to fix this?
> Jason Reid
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