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I installed WAMP server 2.4 the latest one on its website which currently support PHP 5.4 and Apache 2.4. This works successfully. When I tried to downgrade the PHP version to 5.2 or another lower version, the system rejected this downgrading saying my Apache version is not compatible. So, I tried downgrading my Apache version, but it said it couldn't because my PHP version isn't compatible... apparently I am looping without being able to downgrade the PHP. Is there any solution for this?. I would very much appreciate any help on this.

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there is one solution for that
1. unistall the updated version
2. find the suitable php version or apache and then install it

hope this helps

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Thanks for your insight. I nstalled the new version of WAMP in order to utilize PHP 5.4 for a Drupal 7 website, but I needed lower version now in order to operate another site that works only on the downgraded version of PHP. If I uninstall the WAMP 2.4 as you suggested, the Drupal 7 website will not work. What do you think?

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Unforetunately I am very used to WAMP, but thanks for the hint. Where is the web root folder in the case of XAMP. I had installed but only used it on simple php programs.

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Thanks for the hint and I started to use XAMPP as well installing back versions (XAMPP 1.6.8) to get PHP 5.2 variants installed. Thanks.

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