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Oracle 9i Developer Suite - Forms Developer.  Get an error message when I try to start an OC4J Instance.

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I installed Oracle 9i Developer Suite.  When I try to start an OC4J Instance in either Forms Developer or Reports Developer I get the following error message:

Error starting HTTP-Server:  Address in use:  JVM_Bind
Error initializing server:  Error loading web-app 'web' at C:\Oracle\Developer\reports\j2ee\reports_ids\web:  Unable to find/read assembly info for C:\Oracle\Developer\reports\j2ee\reports_ids\web <WEB-INF/web.xml)

The computer has no problem accessing Internet Explorer.  I assume that this is a configuration error but configuration really isn't my strong suite and I have no clue how to diagnose or fix this problem.  Can anybody help?  This is urgent to me.  I need to have this stuff up and running right away.
Thanks so much,
Maureen
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Retry the OC4J Instance Configuration Assistant and OPMN Configuration      
Assistant from the Oracle Universal Installer by highlighting the Configuration
Assistant and clicking Retry button.

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