It's no problem, have you checked to see if maybe there is a later version of the magic.mime your using, I was reading somewhere once that in windows 32 that there was a certain version that didn't work, I may be off base with this but it might be worth researching. I'll do some researching for you as well as this may be good for both of us, as currently I haven't used mime_content_type on windows yet and would be good to know how.
Wait a tick, can you please post me the code for mime.php. I just clicked on that link you provided up the top and noticed something unusual. Just the first ten lines of it will be enough, only if you can:)
ok here it goes:
This extension has been deprecated as the PECL extension Fileinfo provides the same functionality (and more) in a much cleaner way.
The functions in this module try to guess the content type and encoding of a file by looking for certain magic byte sequences at specific positions within the file. While this is not a bullet proof approach the heuristics used do a very good job.
This extension is derived from Apache mod_mime_magic, which is itself based on the file command maintained by Ian F. Darwin. See the source code for further historic and copyright information.
No external libraries are needed to build this extension.
You must compile PHP with the configure switch --with-mime-magic to get support for mime-type functions. The extension needs a copy of the simplified magic file that is distributed with the Apache httpd.
Note: The configure option has been changed from --enable-mime-magic to --with-mime-magic since PHP 4.3.2
Note: This extension is not capable of handling the fully decorated magic file that generally comes with standard Linux distro's and is supposed to be used with recent versions of file command.