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'''PRO:''' <u>The server started, or "so says the CMD window" but you have an error with the W:/ drive or it does not work?</u>
'''ANS:''' ''First off run to the bathroom or outside and throw up on whoever you see first, and then run back in and get a hammer to smash the damn PC. Wait.... don't do that... what you should do is go and check Check if you have Skype or any other program that you think might be using port 80running. After finding that out... If one is running, disable the program it or change the its port if you can, and then try it again. If you still get the error, post a thread in the forum and we will reply ASAP.''
'''PRO:''' <u>The server is not starting. I get an error about Port 80 being in useduse.</u>
'''ANS:''' ''Well this time what you could do is send us a SPAM mail of how you hate us, but you love us to much to do that so what you could do is go and check Check to see if IIS is running or installed on your PC. If it is, then turn it off, or uninstall it totally if you are not using it.''
'''PRO:''' <u>The server does not start but i get an instance error.</u>
'''ANS:''' ''What you should do this time is go to the fridge and bribe the PC or yourself with a good mix of vanilla and chocolate ice cream. After that then have patience. If you are using Win98 or NT please note that this has been reported and we do know and are working on it. It is noted to happen on the WinNT system but has been reported on the Win98 system also. It is because the start and stop system are powered by Process32 which is a bug on those system, but notedly WinNT.''
'''ANS:''' ''This is the second answer since this can happen for a million different reasons. For this answer go to the garage and get a hammer to hit yourself with and then realize that you already started Maybe the server and that is why you get the instance "already running" error. Go to http://localhost and check.''
'''ANS:''' ''Third answer, go and check to see Check if that IIS server is running or installed. If it is, uninstall it or stop it.''
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