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Windows 7: Apache in XAMPP wont start


26 Feb 2010   #1

Original Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- Danish
 
 
Apache in XAMPP wont start

I've installed XAMPP and when i try to start Apache from the Control Panel, it sometimes starts, but then a few seconds later it stops, but sometimes nothing happens when i press start. Please help me, and i am a newbie to XAMPP so please explain it simple.

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07 Mar 2010   #2

Original Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- Danish
 
 

I've figured it out now. It appeared that skype was using the same port as XAMPP was.
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18 Dec 2010   #3

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DJxRIKIxDANISH View Post
I've installed XAMPP and when i try to start Apache from the Control Panel, it sometimes starts, but then a few seconds later it stops, but sometimes nothing happens when i press start. Please help me, and i am a newbie to XAMPP so please explain it simple.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spleshmen View Post
i just installed xampp on windows 7 and i cant get to start apache and mysql.it says running and after 5 seconds says stopped.what to do?pls help.thanks


u can not use it coz it use 80 port in the machin by the way iis also use 80 port in the windows 7 that is why xamp and wamp not work in the windows 7 sometime ,
e so u have to change the iis port in windows 7

How to do this?
#1. In Start menu Search option, type: IIS and click Internet Information Services Manager or simply do a run command: inetmgr .
#2. Under Connections, You’ll see your PC name click on it to expand the list. Now you can see “Sites” click on it to expand.
#3. Under Sites you can see Default Web Site, right click on it and Select EDIT BINDINGS.
#4. Edit HTTP binding port from 80 to 81.


#5. Open your browser and type: //localhost:81/yoursite. You should be able to access your local sites without any problems.




if not iis in search function

#1. In Start menu Search option, type: turn windows features on or off
#2 and tik the internet information services and ok
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