have tried many things to connect xampp

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Re: have tried many things to connect xampp

Postby JonB » 05. November 2010 16:15

Look in Control Panel, WIndows Firewall and see if there is an exception for "Apache HTTP Server".

If there is click edit, then make sure the path points to your XAMPP install

If there isn't one - Add one using the Add Program

or you could try the Add Port option - Name it Apache, and make it Port 80

Beyond that I am mystified...

Maybe I missed something totally obvious.

You could also try installing WAMP - it won't cause a problem as long as you disable Apache and MySQL as services in teh XAMPP Control Panel first.

If it won't run, its for sure a wierd 'machine' porblem...

If it dows run, you know its something odd about the XAMMP install.

Good Luck
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Re: have tried many things to connect xampp

Postby d_mac » 05. November 2010 17:10

If you are running visual studio along with XAMPP or have it installed, try disabling Apache:: ASP in XAMP control panel - setup. I have both and had to change the port to 85 and in order to connect to PHP MyAdmin i had to disable ASP. Now everything connects. Remember to add your new port to the url; http://localhost:(port Number).
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Re: have tried many things to connect xampp

Postby asher » 08. November 2010 13:27

have tried apache2triads, wamp add exception in firewall C:\xampp\apache\bin\httpd.exe still cant connect, i dunt know whats happening here
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Re: have tried many things to connect xampp

Postby JonB » 08. November 2010 17:26

Unfortunately, I'm too far away for a 'lets see' kind of fix - (and I charge for them)

I do have a remote idea - check in your browsers and see if Use a proxy server is turned on, or the close equivalents in each browser.

Good Luck
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