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I am having issues installing WordPress 3.2.1 from my available Web Applications in Plesk. Screenshot1

and I click INSTALL and get this error message: Your PHP version (4.4.7) is not suitable for the application.


I have a windows 2008 Server with IIS.

In the Plesk CP, under the domain in question, it shows PHP version 5.2.13 and set to FastCGI. Screenshot1

so whats going on?

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You should be able to uninstall PHP4 through Plesk. – Alasdair Nov 12 '11 at 5:38
did you (or anyone else) get to the bottom of this? I have EXACTLY the same problem. Thanks, Mark – user114430 Mar 17 '12 at 21:41

Please check PHP version which is actually using from your web server. Create a php file in your web directory and paste the following code in file. Browse that file to see PHP version.

<?php phpinfo(); ?>

If you see php version is not 5.2.13 as said in Plesk, please contact your hosting company.

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ok... its said 5.2.13. – DevCompany Nov 20 '11 at 17:08

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