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Apache Installation Problem

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I’m trying to download Apache onto my laptop and it needs to connect to port 80. When I perform a “netstat –ao” command I see that port 80 has a PID of 4 assigned to it.  However, the Task Manager does not indicated what process is attached to PID 4.   How do I determine the process assigned to PID 4 in order to free up port 80?

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try running tcpview tool (its free, you can download it from internet)
   it should show you what is using port 80
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