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03-Nov-2016 03:44

EDIT: I haven't bought it yet, so i'm open to suggestions if you think I should buy a different SDD.

Hello, with my new build I'm planning to get a SDD for the first time.

And as you'll soon learn, the preferred method for installing PHP is to keep all PHP related files in one directory and have this directory available to your systems PATH.

It is sometimes necessary to update the version of PHP on your website.

I'm thinking of getting the new Vertex 4, but the problem is that updating its firmware seem to be more complicated than other SSDs such as crucial; unless I'm mistaken?

For example, Crucial M4's firmware update seems to be fairly simple: install the OS and then just run the update utility.(there's the option of using a different installer with USB but no reason to choose that when the previous method is simpler... Unless of course, there's some technical problems)However, for OCZ SSDs firmware update toolbox requires the OS to not run from the SSD.

Even worse, the firmware update for Vertex 4 is a destructive flash and I'm understanding that means it erases everything. Does the USB/CD method work for OCZ firmware update if I choose them as bootdrives?

Also, as I said I'm building a new computer, and if the USB/CD method indeed does work, can I stick it in the my newly built computer before installing anything(including OS) and be able to run the firmware update toolbox?

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Any change you make to the PHP version for your domain may take up to 30 minutes to take effect.

EDIT: oh and I forgot to mention, I'm open to suggestions if you guys think I should get a different SSD.

My budget for a SSDis around 150, and looking for a storage of 128GB.

What is the proper way to upgrade from PHP Version 5.4.32 to PHP Version 5.5.22 on Windows? PHP is already running on Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit alongside IIS, just need to move on to a newer version of PHP Manual Installation Steps ...

Upgrading from a previous PHP version: Previous editions of the manual suggest moving various ini and DLL files into your SYSTEM (i.e.

Any change you make to the PHP version for your domain may take up to 30 minutes to take effect.

EDIT: oh and I forgot to mention, I'm open to suggestions if you guys think I should get a different SSD.

My budget for a SSDis around 150, and looking for a storage of 128GB.

What is the proper way to upgrade from PHP Version 5.4.32 to PHP Version 5.5.22 on Windows? PHP is already running on Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit alongside IIS, just need to move on to a newer version of PHP Manual Installation Steps ...

Upgrading from a previous PHP version: Previous editions of the manual suggest moving various ini and DLL files into your SYSTEM (i.e.

I would like to know how you upgrade PHP in Xampp for Windows?