This article will guide you on how to resolve the “mcrypt extension is missing. Please check your PHP configuration” error.
First of all, take a backup of this file in case if anything goes wrong you can revert it. After that, open the ‘php.ini’ file using text editor application, search for extension=php_mcrypt.dll in this file.
- Remove the semicolon (;) from the beginning of the extension to uncomment it and save this change.
- If this line is not present in the file then you can add it under the extensions list and save the change.
- Clear the cache of your browser and have a try now to access phpMyAdmin from your end. This time it will not show an error and will open in the usual manner.