CLI has stopped working issue

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I have been getting a script dialog unresponsive at random in my team. Normally, I clicked the button below to continue and I can continue with my windows again. After this script error, another error box appears again with an error like the following;

CLI has stopped working

A problem caused the program to stop working correctly.

Windows will close the program and will notify you if a solution is available.

Along with this very annoying error, my computer freezes and run chkdsk all the time during startup. The CLI error appears constantly. They told me that I have to update the PHP version with xampp. What is that anyway?

This happens regularly, after wake my computer from sleep or sometimes when me towards some images.

I'm running a Windows 7 Ultimate. This computer I'm sharing with my brother, so I don't know what possibly installed on this computer that is causing the error occurs. And also, when I click on certain programs or applications on my desktop and start menu, it took some time before the charge.

The result is, when the first fails to open press, do click in again and again. When opened, the program or application opens depending on how many times you did click. I don't know if the CLI is causing this. I want to know how I can stop this appear and how I can update PHP something.

Please bear with me when giving solutions, need answer detailed please.

Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127768

CLI has stopped working issue


Error “CLI has stopped working” is really commonly caused by mysqli extension (mysqli_php.dll) being distributed by XAMPP.

XAMPP is an open source platform used for web server solution for scripting languages like PHP. XAMPP is also being regularly updated that is to fit in with latest releases of PHP.

Here are several things you can try doing to help you get rid of such annoying error:

Check out the version of PHP version you have, if you have PHP 5.3.0, go back to PHP 5.2.11 binaries. Replacing the PHP found in the XAMPP folder with a different version of PHP should fix the problem.

With the thing about your computer being slow, it doesn’t really have something to do with CLI. You might need to do a bit of cleaning up the computer or do a bit of scanning.

Answered By 210 points N/A #127769

CLI has stopped working issue


You really made an effort to resolve my problem. Thank you very much for that.

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