Izzy wrote:Try and disable IIS if it is used.
Temporarily disable your firewall and or your AV scanner.
Try again after a reboot.
If you can now access Apache, configure the above firewall/AV to allow the Apache and MySQL ports.
Well if you had the same problem then the checks I posted should have helped you as well.kolimasson wrote:Hi I've got the same problem.
I'm on Vista, all my port are free (especially port 80), but Apache just start running for two second before stoping
What ISS is?
Bart, in your XAMPP Control Panel there is a button Port Check - give that a click.Bart wrote:I don't know how to check if port 80 is free or not...
IIS would usually be intserv.exe (internet server or Internet Information Server - IIS) so look in the Task Manager if it is running by right clicking on the TaskBar and select Task Manager from the menu then Processes tab and look for intserv.exe and if you find it then you will have to disable it in your Windows Control Panel.Bart wrote:and I cold find IIS in my service manager... so i think it's not installed...
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