Janice Posted April 10, 2007 Report Share Posted April 10, 2007 First off, thank you for making this great piece of software. I've used it in my work as a programmer and as a teacher, and it has always worked out for me. However, just now, it just stopped working for me (bear with me for a while, this is not a plea for support). I double clicked the .bat file, and the command prompt showed up saying Apache is started and W drive is created. However, I can't open http://localhost/, and there is no W drive in My Computer. Hm. So I try it again, without stopping the server first, but I get no error. But still no server. Oookayy... Went to the website. Opened the Wiki, FAQ, and Forum in three separate tabs. Combed through each of them. Searched in the forums. Uninstalled Skype. Downloaded Active Ports to see if anything else is using port 80. Searched my entire hard drive to see if I have a libmysql.dll file somewhere somehow. Checked if I have IIS installed (even though I know I don't, yecch, evil server). Checked network drives to see if W is somehow being used again (it is by default one of the network drives, but I just know I disconnected that a long time ago). Checked my friggin network and wifi settings. Disconnected from the network and tried again. Logged off and logged in as an administrator and tried again. Nothing worked!! Last resort was to make an account in this forum to ask for support from the experts finally. Also thought of backing up my www/ and data/ drives so that I can download and "install" again. Right before I was about to make a plea for support, the download finished. I unzipped, and started the darn thing. And it worked! Finally worked! 3 hours of troubleshooting, and the freaking server suddenly decides to end my misery and stop its tantrums. I love this software, but let me tell ya, sometimes it frustrates. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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