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Hi,

I installed apache 2.0
But when i look to system tray, PhpGeek Utility is not working.

When i click phpgeek in the windows service, i saw path : c:\apache\apache.exe

But this not true, because i installed it program files folder. :cry:

Before instalition of apache 2, i installed an older verision of apache.
and its path : c\apache .

Can i change path in the services?
or what can i do for a clean install?

regards,

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Last Post by kiwimedia
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With careful regedits you can cahnge the service path but I would say clean install.

Remove old one. Then delete all associated files BEFORE re installing.

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kiwi: I am glad you agree and I do not mean this in a negative way but do you have anything else to add to this? or was this strictly to increase your post count?

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kiwi: I am glad you agree and I do not mean this in a negative way but do you have anything else to add to this? or was this strictly to increase your post count?

haha! what else can you add to it.... I would also recommend a fresh install ... just clean the reg for the previous install..

it's basically what you said...

In regards to increasing my post count! - What benefit would I acheive by doing this? really? I can't see any... It's a bad thing when you cant even agree with someone these days

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