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    Can't uninstall or reinstall apache


    Hi.

    I deleted the apache folder. I've tried deleting every registry key that has apache in it and I've removed the uninstaller entry from the add/remove programs. I've tried registry cleaners and I still can not uninstall apache or get it to do a repair or reinstall. When I click on the installer, it gives me an internal error 2753 httpd.exe message.

    I am running XP.
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    Have you tried downloading and using another apache installer ?
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    I used a freeware program named Revo Uninstaller. It worked great; Windows Installer Cleanup Utility did not.
    Last edited by SleepyG; December 21st, 2008 at 05:43 PM.
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    Originally Posted by SleepyG
    I used a freeware program named Revo Uninstaller. It worked great; Windows Installer Cleanup Utility did not.
    Hi,
    I am facing the internal error 2753.httpd.exe when I try to repair or uninstall apache httpserver 2.2.17.

    The tool Revo Uninstaller worked great and deleted all entries pertaining to "Apache"

    Still the problem persists. am I missing some thing over here?

    Sincerely,
    Srinivas

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