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wamp server turn to yellow color

When I install wamp sever on my laptop, I face subjected problem. The wamp server turns to yellow instead of green. To fix it follow below mentioned steps:

1) Stop IIS Server (type inetmgr.exe in run command)
2) Locate httpd.config file (default path is C:\wamp\bin\apache\Apache2.2.21\conf)
3) Locate below lines
#Listen 12.34.56.78:80
Listen 80

and change them with
#Listen 12.34.56.78:8080
Listen 8080.

Save httpd.config file and restart wamp services. You can see that it will be now changed into green color.

Please comment if this post is helpful for you.

Comments

Anonymous said…
No result in Win 7 :(
Please make sure that port 8080 is not used by any other service or application. You can also try other combinations like 8088, 3030, etc. I have tried other combinations also and they work.
LASA said…
Thanks. I's working..

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