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PHP_iisfunc.dll is crashing wil i am trying access the detail for upload

Faulting application Apache.exe, version 2.0.63.200, faulting module php_iisfunc.dll, version
5.2.7.7, fault address 0x00001085.

Any one having any idea about above error it thrown in Event view and crashes the apache server

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apache.exe: create a batch to open iexplore and close another process after iexplore is closed

I am trying to create a batch script that will first starts an apache webserver then launches iexplore to a specific page. Now what I would like to happen is when the iexplore window closes it will also kill the apache process.

current batch file code:

tasklist /FI 'IMAGENAME eq apache.exe' 2>NUL | find /I /N 'apache.exe'>NUL
if '%ERRORLEVEL%'=='1' start apache.exe

start /wait iexplore http://localhost:8081/
taskkill /im apache.exe


This works great if

apache.exe: filesize function is crashing the Apache server

On using filesize is PHP is crashing the apache server.

No error is seen in the log file but window event viewer shows


Faulting application Apache.exe, version 2.0.63.200, faulting module php_iisfunc.dll, version 5.2.7.7, fault address 0x00001085.

apache.exe: PHP_iisfunc.dll is crashing wil i am trying access the detail for upload

Faulting application Apache.exe, version 2.0.63.200, faulting module php_iisfunc.dll, version
5.2.7.7, fault address 0x00001085.

Any one having any idea about above error it thrown in Event view and crashes the apache server

apache.exe: Need help to Install Apache::Registry on windows machine

Am trying to install Apache::Registry on my windows machine. But, i was not able to do that. Because, it is asking for the Apache.exe location. When i give it the full path('C:Apache2.2inhttpd.exe'), then it is throughing the following error. Please help me to overcome this issue.

cpan> install Apache::Registry
Running install for module 'Apache::Registry'
Running make for G/GO/GOZER/mod_perl-1.31.tar.gz
Has already been unwrapped into directory C:Perlcpanuildmod_perl-1.31-P

msiexec.exe: How to analyze the logfile in “msiexec.exe /i your.msi /L*v c:logfile.txt” inorder to fix e…

I have an application with version no: 1.0.1, which is an upgrade to the older version 1.0.0.

When I try to install the new version 1.0.1, when my system already has the older version 1.0.0 installed, I am getting the error 2869.

But if I uninstall the older version manually & than try to install the newer version, then it installs successfuly.
It dawned on me that this error is due to some exception in custom action. And hence I executed the following command

msie

svchost.exe: Svchost: How to make it run only one module per instance of svchost.exe? How to get extended…

I have an issue with one of my applications. I run the application, everything is okay. When I close this application, I notice that one of the 'svchost' processes in the system takes up about 95-100% of the CPU and I have to figure out what is taking up so much of the CPU cycles.

I set myself pretty simple and straightforward goals on how to go about this:


Get the process info or this particular 'svchost' that is taking up so much CPU
I know what an svchost process is used

svchost.exe: ESET Firewall rules for svchost.exe and javaw.exe?

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notepad.exe: If Notepad.exe is running then taskkill if not running go to next statement

I need help writing batch code.

In the initial state of my batch script I need to check if notepad.exe is running
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drwtsn32.exe: Post-mortem .Net debugging

Added a .Net component (C#, COM interop) to an old VB6 application. The old application crashes sometimes (access violation), before and after the change. The difference however is that the post-mortem debugger (i.e. drwtsn32.exe) is not started anymore.
Catching the error in C# is not an option as the bug is not part of the .Net call stack, so MyHandler is not triggered either:

AppDomain currentDomain = AppDomain.CurrentDomain;
currentDomain.UnhandledException += new UnhandledExcep

net.exe: Map network drive: “net.exe USE” vs WshNetwork.MapNetworkDrive?

I'm looking to map a drive in my program. My users can be using every version of Windows from XP on up. So I need the most versatile method. I have used the first method before and generally it's worked well for me. But there really isn't way to catch errors with it (that I know of anyway). The second will easily let me wrap a try/catch block around it, but for all the searching I've done for an alternatives to method 1, I've only run across method 2 once. So that leaves me to wonder if its reli

jqs.exe: Check for Installed Java first in Batch File

I need some help with my current Java Batch File that I deploy through SCCM. I need to now have in the begining of the script before the force closures to see if java version 7u67 is install and if it is exit the script, but if it isnt run the rest of the script. Below is my current script:

***Install.cmd ***


@echo off
cls

:KillIE&JavaProcesses
echo *** This will kill Browsers and Java Processes ***
Rem ***
taskkill /F /IM iexplorer.exe
taskkill /F /

start1.exe: save word document that's been created dynamically using SaveFileDialog?

I have code that writes text to a Word document (non-XML) and saves it to a file. Now, I'm trying to modify it so that the document is created and the user is then prompted to save the document.

This is the code for creating the Word document:

object miss = System.Reflection.Missing.Value;
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object end1 = 0;
Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application WordApp = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
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ping.exe: getaddrinfo returns information whereas ping.exe says ip is unreachable

I work on a problem where I want to avoid a system to launch a connection retry when the target ip is not reachable. (The target ip can be on and off at different times in the day).

I can see that ping.exe returns correctly that host is unreachable.

However, in my code, calling getaddrinfo succeeds for the same ip address, and I suspect it only queries the dns cache.

Is there a way to force getaddrinfo not to use dns cache, or another function that would bypass the dns cache

winhlp32.exe: Detecting if WinHelp is Installed on Vista or newer Windows

Is there a reliable way to detect whether or not WinHelp is installed on Windows Vista or newer versions of Windows? If possible, I'd like a solution that's not specific to any particular version of Windows.

I've posted this question to other message boards and got back answers regarding the size of Winhlp32.exe before and after installing WinHelp and Registry entries that Microsoft has documented, but none of them were correct.

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