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Hello all,

Basically when ever I try to start both Apache and MySQL on The Uniform Server on my Windows 7 Ultimate desktop, I get the Script Error shown in the attached file. Which is basically declaring itself as a Script Error in 'core_functions_inc.vbs' line 678, character 2 within the Uniform Server package.

I have tried to use different versions of uniform server other than the current one but all seem to give exactly the same error.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

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Had the same problem, installed this and worked fine. It's in the documentation. Part of the requirements.

Im using windows 2003 tho.

 

Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable

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Thanks for the reply, I already had Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable installed, so I re downloaded the installer from Microsoft and ran a repair, and now it seems to be working fine for me (have managed to get Apache and MySQL started twice). So its looking good, I assume it was corrupted or something.

 

Thanks again for the help. :)

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UPDATE: The error is still present, what jeret suggested above seemed to work at the time, but unfortunately it was a once off.

So I am still stuck with the same error if anyone can please help

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It's only my guess, but install the optional Windows updates .NET 4 (and all patches, service packs).

 

Solves the problem im my cases.

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