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Apache2.2 installation error

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I am new to this web development. I have downloaded apache_2.2.11-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi file from the Apache site and try to install the same.  During installation It ask domain, Server name and email address. I gave localhost in domain and server field and me@localhost in email field then continue installation after few seconds I got the error in the command prompt window (please find attached screen shot). After that I have click ESC and then it show finished. After that I could not start the Apache server. Whenever I am trying to start the server it throwing Error messge "The requested operation Failed"

Please help me to solve this problem

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yfastud earned 750 total points
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except you realy want to manually install everything, you should use all-in-one package such as wampserver download here
http://downloads.jlbn.net/
to setup wamp, follow this
http://blog.jlbn.net/?p=3
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i gave the domain, server detail wrongly thats why its giving that error. I have corrected myself and now its working fine..

So Please close this Question. I dont know how to close the Question
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thanks for your... im in someother project so i could not try this. now only check and solved...
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