Sharley wrote:Lets try that again as I did not see any answers that would help me understand your issue.
I have made it easier for you to perhaps correctly respond:
Q1. What do you mean by "not responding" in your topic title?
A1. OK, sorry for that, I thought it wasn't that difficult in first instance.
The answer is that FF gives the usual screen of when you contact an inhexistent website or the website does not answer.
Q2. So in the XCP Apache and MySQL are both showing the green running indication?
A2. Ye both running.
Q3. What do you see when you type http://localhost in your browser?
A3. I see the usual screen, as said above.
It's in italian, if you like it, here it is:
Firefox non può stabilire una connessione con il server localhost.
* Il sito potrebbe non essere disponibile o sovraccarico. Riprovare fra qualche momento.
* Se non è possibile caricare alcuna pagina, controllare la connessione di rete del computer.
* Se il computer o la rete sono protetti da un firewall o un proxy, assicurarsi che Firefox abbia i permessi per accedere al web.
And the usual button: RETRY.
Q4. What do you see when you type http://127.0.0.1 in your browser?
A4. Identical as at Q3.
Q5. Have you recently upgraded or installed anything from Microsoft either manually or automatically?
A5. Of course WinUpdate is always running so I may have updated a lot of Win components.
The problem is that I can in NO WAY know what is going wrong and here is why: we (company) had problems with our internet provider and were without connection for more than one month.
I was working to set up our website, ex novo, at the time, but then I stopped of course and when connection came back I updated the system, without taking a backup of course.
Q6. What do you mean by "But then I cannot understand why I can navigate freely?
A6. Because if there is some problem on door 80, why I can navigate normally? OK this is a stupid question, of course because when I navigate I send requests outside and Apache is instead receiving requests. Sorry for my noobyness.
You can try and disable your firewall or ZoneAlarm etc. temporarily and test access again.
Ye I will try this immediately.
Check the xampp\apache\logs\error.log file just after you try to access the XAMPP Welcome Page in your browser.
OK I'll try this before disabling firewalls and see if I can understand where is the problem.
Also clear your browser's cache often when working at local level.
Mh I think this was already done a couple of times since the problem showed.
I also tried with Explorer, after FF, but same problem
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