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Randall
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I moved my project files from from a Vista to a Win7 machine.  I also have changed from Norton Internet Security to McAfee All Access.  Now my php pages won't display.  All I get is the the icon in the IE9 tab for my site. I have checked and Ampps/www has full permissions, as do the files within that I am developing.  Apache is running and Skype is not using port 80. Can someone help please?  Thanks very much,Randall
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Can't get my php pages to come up
tidus
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Hi,

Can you create a test file test.php with the following code in it:

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<?php phpinfo(); ?>
And put it under Ampps\www.

Then access http://localhost/test.php

If this is working your Apache & PHP is working fine.

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Can't get my php pages to come up
Randall
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Thanks Titus!I did what you said and got the PHP info.  After a bit, I realized that I had not created a db user on my new database.  So once I created a user then everything worked again. Thanks again, Randall
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Can't get my php pages to come up
tidus
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Hi,

Please let us know if you need further information.

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