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    Hello, I'm using Windows 98, and have PHP4 and Apache installed. Everything works great, however, once I click "submit" button on a feedback form (or any form on my local server) it takes me from: http://localhost/file.php to http://localhost/php.exe/file.php
    The php pages open up slow etc. I've heard that my problem can be fixed by making PHP as an Apache module. How do I do that?
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    know the problem but have no solution but to move to a linux box...

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    Check out php4win.de. They do builds of the extensions and PHP as a module for Apache as well.

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