Apache Does Not Restart After Editing Httpd.conf

Jun 12, 2009

I am having a problem on my VPS. I am running the latest version of Apache on Windows Server 2K3, and after editing httpd.conf to allow virtual hosts (#Include /conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf) and trying to restart the service, an error appears saying the operation failed.

I have even tried restarting/starting the service via services.msc

If I am not using the default httpd.conf Apache will not restart at all... it is very strange. I have also tried doing a repair of the installation of Apache.

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fatehost:/#
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fatehost:/#
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