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Multiple Versions of php

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Hi,

I need to run 2 versions of php (4.3.1 and 4.3.4) on the same server at the same time.  
I have downloaded and installed both versions.  I have create 2 virtual directories.
One virtual directory for each of the versions of php that I have installed.  I have
a php.ini file in each of the versions directories (C:\php4  and C:\php434) that I have installed.

However, I get an error message when I attempt to bring up the phpinfo.html page for the php434 version.
Please note that the page DOES display.  However, it appears that the 'href's are not handled
properly.  I receive the following message: "Unknown():Unable to load dynamic library 'c:\php434\extensions\php_openssl.dll' - The operating system cannot run %1. "

How do I know that it is the hrefs?  I noticed the php and zend images would be displayed as soon as I clicked ok on the message box.  So I simply commented out the href part of the code and then I stopped getting the error.

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

cheers
knel




Environment:
Windows 2000 server
IIS 5.1
Please note my environment cannot change.  I cannot switch to another web server (ie apache) or another OS (ie linux) so please do not recommend this.  I did not pick this environment nor am I allowed to change it.

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