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I want  wamp that uses php 4.3,  searched but cannot find it.

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This page http://www.wampserver.com/en/addons_php.php shows that PHP 4.3.9 is available for the current version of WAMP.  It does not come with it but you can add it to your installation.  Read the notes at the top and make sure you get the right version of Apache also.  Note also that these are Windows versions of PHP and Apache.
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