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80 port already in use. Check another HTTP Server program running. ex)


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mprad38

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Here are my problems and they might be related to the same one thing.

I have BDVR.exe PC based Surveillance Camera and I am not viewing it through IP address although I can do so. However, every 3-4 months I get error message that says, "80 port already in use. Check another HTTP Server program running. ex)IIS, Apache" and my DVR turns off.

Another, weird thing happens just before DVR application closes: A window pops up with this message and closes DVR: "175.210.55.20: is finished by server" and closes. I tried to trace this IP address and it shows it is from South Korea. I know the DVR was made in South Korea but I never seen this kind of pop up window and message before.

Another issue (might be related to the above) shows that An application replaced logon software in XP and it does not do any update in XP. Message: "Replacement logon software" but it does not identify which application it is that replaced the logon in windows XP.

Need help. If anybody has any solution, please email me.
Otherwise, I will be using my hammer to destroy this PC forever.
Thank you.
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syosoto

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Having the exact same issue. Does anyone know what is going on?
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