Uninstalling Apache problems
I have a problem after uninstall Apache Server 2.0. That's what I have done:
First I download 2nd last best version of Apache from it's site; installed on my pc, configured with 'localhost' as Network Domain and Server Name, select the typical installation, and finally finish the installation. I have test to see how it works browsing to 'http://localhost' and I can see the next:
That's the Apache's default page. It seems to run right. After that I stopped the server, uninstalled it from 'Start/Configuration/
If you can see this, it means that the installation of the Apache web server software on this system was successful...
At the end there's the Apache's logo.
Control Panel/Add-remove programs' and it seems to be all right.
But now I have run my own server, try to connect to 'http://localhost' and my server doesn't receives anything, but the browser shows me the Apache's default page, and if I try to connect using the IP of my pc inside the LAN (172.16.0.4) it appears a 'sample-like' page that says 'It works!', and still my server doesn't receive any connection.
My server works listening on port 80, and before install/uninstall Apache it was working well, but now seems like someother server catches the connections before they arrive to my own server. But if I try to connect to that LAN IP from other pc's from inside the LAN, my server works as before, so I think that something from Apache has not been unistalled. What's that? And how can I solve that problem?
Thank's in advance
P.S. I have been searching a bit more on the net and I have find something to uninstall the Apache2 services; from the command promp execute 'sc.exe' and delete the service, so I have done
so the Apache service isn't working.
c:\>sc delete Apache2
//and the result is
[SC] Open Service FAILED 1060:
Specified service doesn't exist as installed service//it's a literal translation from the original nonenglish result