Class 'XSLTProcessor' not found (PHP 5)

The solutions to the earlier question regarding this topic didn't help me, unfortunately.  Either they don't apply to my situation or I'm implementing them incorrectly . . . but, anyway, here are the pertinent facts:
We're running PHP  5.2.1 and Apache HTTP Server 2.2.4 on a Windows 2000 machine.  Our application was originally written in PHP 4.2.3.  It includes a lot of XML-related code and XSL transformations.  I have adapted the XML-related code to the new version of PHP successfully but the XSLT stuff doesn't want to work.  We keep getting a "Class 'XSLTProcessor' not found" error when we try to create a Word document out of our XML.
 
- I've checked that the extension .DLLs are in the folder specified in the extension_dir line of the php.ini file.
- I put the iconv.dll, expat.dll, and sablot.dll files in the same folder.  I'm not sure if they're actually supposed to be in the same place but that's where I put them.  I threw in libxslt.dll for good measure.
- I made sure the folder containing the extensions was inside the folder listed in the PATH environment variable.  Next, I even added the folder explicitly to the PATH.
- I've restarted both Windows and Apache.

I keep getting the same error . . . PHP just can't find what it needs and I don't know how to tell it where to look.  Any suggestions anyone can provide here would be much appreciated.  Thanks.
Xon70Asked:
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Xon70Author Commented:
Oh, yeah, I also uncommented the extension=php_xsl.dll line.  Tried that already.
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hernst42Commented:
Do you get any errors in the error-log of the webserver when you stop and start the webserver? Does a phpinfo-page show you the correct Path to the php.ini you edited?
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Xon70Author Commented:
I'll have to check the phpinfo page, though I only edited the php.ini file without moving it from its original location.
I'm getting this error from the log:
PHP Warning:  PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\Program Files\PHP\ext\php_xsl.dll' - The specified procedure could not be found.
 in Unknown on line 0
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Xon70Author Commented:
I just checked phpinfo() and the Configuration File Path value is as expected . . . I'm unfamiliar with the Configure Command listed a few lines above, though.  (Well, I'm unfamiliar with PHP generally, to be honest!)  Is there anything that needs to be added here, I wonder?
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Xon70Author Commented:
Forgot to include what the Configure Command says right now:  
cscript /nologo configure.js "--enable-snapshot-build" "--with-gd=shared"

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hernst42Commented:
As you get "Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\Program Files\PHP\ext\php_xsl.dll" not all lib can be loaded correctly. So either a dll you have is not compatible (to old or to new) to work with that extension or a lib can't be found.
To track such errors down on windows I use http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/FileAndDisk/Filemon.mspx and what for which files in which places is searched and why such fles can't be loaded.
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