We have found the source of the issue that is happening in Windows 10 build 1903. Due to a bug, the PHP "mysqli" extension is being loaded twice and this seems to be causing an issue in newer Windows releases (it worked in previous versions). Check the solutions below.
If you already have a working installation, and it stopped working after upgrading Windows to build 1903, it is possible to fix this issue.
Open the file "
INSTALLDIR\php\php.ini" and replace ONE (1) occurrence of the following text (there should be 2, leave the second one as-is):
Therefore you should have something like this:
; For example:
After that, you should be able to restart your Apache service properly with the Bitnami manager (manager.exe).
New installations (running installers)
Unforuntately a fix is not yet available for download. Bitnami is currently working on releasing revisions for all affected stacks. We will update this post once these updates are available.
Please let us know if you have any questions.