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MySQLi is only available with PHP 5.0.0 or higher, so if your host doesn't have it, they're most likely not running PHP5. Ask them to make sure they're running the latest versions of PHP (5.2.3) and MySQL (5.0.45).


The only other extension that offers the same advanced features is the "PDO" (PHP Data Objects) extension, but this has pretty much the same requirements as MySQLi, so if your host doesn't have MySQLi, then chances are PDO won't work either.

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