M@T Posted January 12, 2011 Share Posted January 12, 2011 I did what M@T said before and couldn't find nothing in port 80, it's status is "LISTENING". netstat -a says that port 80 is "LISTENING" when no GTS server is running ? Then here's the problem. If you run netstat -ano in the Command Prompt, there should be one line looking like this : TCP 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 4892 In purple, port 80 is bound to the local machine. The PID of the program listening on port 80 is in blue (different from 4892). To find what process it is associated with, either use the Task Manager or run tasklist /FI "PID eq <pid>", <pid> being the value you previously found. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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