How to install XAMPP 1.7.2 For Windows XP, Vista 32 & 64-bit

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Visit www.myownhomeserver.info for more information. This tutorial shows you how to istall XAMPP 1.7.2 for Windows XP, Vista 32 & 64-bit. XAMPP is the easiest way to quickly install and setup your own self-hosted Apache 2.2.12 HTTP server with PHP 5.3.0, MySQL 5.1.37, and phpMyAdmin 3.2.0.1. I’ve created a new version for XAMPP 1.7.7 at http so check it out!

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25 Responses to “How to install XAMPP 1.7.2 For Windows XP, Vista 32 & 64-bit”

  1. MrFuckYea11 Says:

    xD

  2. HincorXXX Says:

    I have a question for everyone. what if after you installed the XAMPP and start the apache it will automatically stop. what’s the problem with that? I always encounter the same problem every computer.

  3. xXGreenXx90 Says:

    Whats XAMPP

  4. networknerd007 Says:

    If I hadn’t used XP many times before with XAMPP, then wouldn’t have included it in the title. However, you’ve failed to mention what the “other reasons” are and the installation procedure is the same for the different versions of Windows. The only issues usually pertain to conflicts with other software, such as Skype using port 80, and that’s regardless of which version of Windows is being used.

    I am interested to know what these “other reasons” are though…..

  5. semikruller Says:

    then the title is misleading. Fact is, i was looking for an xp tutorial for virtual xp mode, and its not that it doesnt work because of UAC but because of other reasons that you would find if your tutorial didnt make the assumption that vista is just like xp except with UAC

  6. networknerd007 Says:

    Well that’s part of making a tutorial that covers different versions of Windows. Since Vista/Windows 7 are newer than the now over 10 years old XP, it’s far more likely that those users will make up a larger percentage of viewers than XP.
    If I left the UAC part off, they’d all gripe about how the UAC is messing everything up and asking why I didn’t include it….

  7. semikruller Says:

    Non windows XP specific information within the first minute of the video (No UAC in XP) – fail.

  8. hassanziadon Says:

    Thanks homie it really helped i just End Task Skype….

  9. GrAggelos21 Says:

    I Have Windows 7 and my apache not running how can … ? run

  10. amadma90 Says:

    thanks alot 🙂

  11. Truthiness231 Says:

    Also good to know: 1.7.3 does work on 64 bit Vista as-is, and 1.7.4 would run but it needs some changes in the config files (I think; still not sure what to change; if anyone does, please send tell ^.^)

  12. Truthiness231 Says:

    Just an FYI to anyone looking to upgrade: v1.7.4 installer is quite a bit different, and it doesn’t appear to work on 64 bit…

  13. koeyip Says:

    ”The MySQL server is not running or is blocked by a firewall! Please check this problem first ” how can I solve this problem???

  14. TheFifthElementTV Says:

    thanks mate

  15. Marcloud Says:

    LOL at 1:27

  16. Flynn1977 Says:

    LATEST:
    Just to note that this tutorial works PERFECTLY with the latest Xampp version 1.7.3

    Thanks for this – worked to precisely your onscreen actions, smooth as George Clooney through a roomful of desperate housewives.

  17. zeta487 Says:

    Nice Tut.. Installation went great No problems – running windows 7

  18. SonyFan1260 Says:

    @jeffz2010

    Make sure you turn off Internet Telephone Services(eg., Skype)
    Before you do the setup….
    I knew about this when I opened:
    :ExamppREADME

  19. networknerd007 Says:

    Or just start Skype AFTER starting Apache, but I was unaware there was a setting for this. Thanks!

  20. jeffz2010 Says:

    anyone having problem starting Apache – try changing Skype config in:
    Options/Advanced/Connection ->
    unselect: ‘Use port 80 and 443 as alternatives for incoming connections’

  21. asiguere Says:

    You deserve a “Fuck, you just saved my goddamn day” Nobel

  22. goldfinger17 Says:

    GOOD JOB MAN! Thank you!

  23. yashx1 Says:

    thanx a lot man.keep up great work.

  24. nowez03 Says:

    dude my apache wont run it can only run my mysql 🙁

  25. Malasuerte94 Says:

    your password :)) 123456 :)) lol wrong

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