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The specified procedure could not be found. PHP+IIS6

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I installed php on windows 2003 server using following steps

# Download the PHP binary for Windows NT/2000 from here. Download the CGI binary plus API version.
# Extract to a directory of your choice. (eg. d:\PHP4)
# Copy php4_ts.dll (located in the PHP4 directory) to your windows\system32 directory.

By default, IIS 6.0 disables all ISAPI extensions - to enable the PHP extensions follow these steps:

# Open the Internet Services Manager found in Control Panel /Administrative Tools
# Open the local computer branch and go to Web Service Extensions
# Select Add a new Web service extension
# For the Extension name type in PHP
# Hit the Add button
# Hit the Browse button and find the path to php4isapi.dll (located in the sapi folder where you extracted PHP)
# Enable the checkbox for Set extension status to Allowed and hit OK
# Right click the Web Sites branch and select Properties
# Go to the Home Directory tab and hit the Configuration button
# Hit the Add button and then hit the Browse button to find php4isapi.dll
# For the extension put php and hit the OK button
# Restart the World Wide Web Publishing Service



 But now when i run any php file it gives me error

"The specified procedure could not be found."

Can anyone suggest whats wrong in installation or server?

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php can't find a dll in the path, try configuring the PHP4 directory in the PATH variable of the server, or use dependy-walker to see wich dll is missing http://www.dependencywalker.com/
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