uninstalling apache??

Posted on 2006-04-02
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Last Modified: 2010-03-04
Hello, I am having a bit of a problem here. I installes apache on my windows machine and now i am not able uninstall this. I have deletes all the files and the folders but this one executible file ApacheMonitor in the bin dir I am not able to remove. Every time I try and delete it I get message saying assess is denied and to make sure the disk is not full or write protected!!

Need help to get rid of this and reinstall Apache. Thanks.

Question by:aej1973
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caterham_www earned 300 total points
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Did you kill the process via windows taskmanager?
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periwinkle earned 300 total points
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Is it read-only?  Try right clicking on the filename, and looking at the file properties... you may be able to uncheck 'read only'...

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