This is the additional Step for PHP4 to follow...
Double-click “Handler Mappings” from the main IIS screen.
Click on “Add Script Map.”
Set up the handler mapping for c:\PHP\php5isapi.dll with extension *.php and check to allow the ISAPI extension and execution of scripts.
Double-click “ISAPI & CGI Restrictions” on the main IIS screen. Right-click on PHP and select “Edit Feature Settings” and check “Allow unspecified ISAPI modules.”
Right-click on the Default Application Pool (or the one you want to use if more than one) and select “Advanced Settings.”
Change the “Enable 32-bit Applications” to True. Click OK. This spawns the App Pool in 32-bit mode, so if you have other modules that need to be run in 64-bit mode, best to separate the website into two App Pools: one 32-bit and one 64-bit.
Restart the server.
This is the remark for the MySQL installation
the only combination that works .....
If I choose "Developer Machine" I can write out the config file.
If I choose "Non-transactional database" (no Innodb, only ISAM) then I can get the
service to restart.