Wamp server error. could not execute run action

I am trying to start wamp serve which was totally running fine on my laptop two weeks ago, but now after two weeks I suddenly get this error:

could not execute menu item(internal error)[exception] could not execute run action: the directory name is invalid

When I click on wamp, then I go to apache, then I select service then test port 80 and this is what I see:

<img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/frmix.jpg" alt="enter image description here">

when I write localhost, it goes there but when I click on Localhost and phpMyAdmin, i get this error: <img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/m8wly.jpg" alt="enter image description here">

please tel me how I can fix this . thanks

Answer1:

WAMP is trying to open your browser, but the directory in the settings is not correct. It could be that your browser is now located somewhere else. To fix this:

<ol> <li>Edit the file wampmanager.conf inside your wamp direcotry.</li> <li>Replace the full file path under the [main] section for the navigator parameter</li> <li>Save the file</li> <li>Right-click on the wamp icon and select refresh</li> <li>Try it now</li> </ol>

Good luck!

Answer2:

I had a similar problem, and to get my WAMP server working again on my laptop I ran the executables for Apache and MySql independant of the WAMP system tray icon.

In Windows Explorer, I ran (elevated):

{wamp folder in my case C:\wamp}bin\apache\apache2.2.22\bin\ApacheManager.exe

This put the apache manager system tray icon in. then I used the apache system tray icon to start apache server Then I ran (elevated): {C:\wamp}bin\mysql\mysql5.5.24\bin\mysqld.exe

This allowed me to use localhost\phpmyadmin, which to me demonstrates the php, mysql and apache are all working.

My web app was also back and running.

The age of my MySql version and apache version show how long this had been stable for.

I initially thought the problem may have been caused by a google chrome upgrade which included the notifications icon in the system tray, as the chrome upgrade was the only thing I recall changing. I unistalled chrome but this did not fix it - although this does not rule out Chrom Notifications being what broke it!

Answer3:

The paths are incorrect in multiple ini files and the wampmanager conf file. Here are the ones I changed since my installed moved from g drive to e drive. I had to change all instances of g:/ to e:/ as well as my chrome.exe location

wampmanager.conf: in the [main] section update the path of chrome.exe or ensure it is correct.

wampmanager.ini: change all instances of g:/ to e:/ (or whatever your install drive letter is)

php.ini (under /wamp/bin/php/php5.5.12/) again, change all instances of g:/ to e:/ (change to your install letter)

Wampmanager started correctly once these changes were made.

Answer4:

i have met this problem and fixed by editing 4 files - wampmanager.conf in root - wampmanager.ini in root - php.ini in (wamp64/bin/php/php5.5.12) - httpd.conf in (wamp64\bin\apache\apache2.4.18\conf)

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