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comment Apache: Accessing WAMP from remote device within network
Unfortunately, this is not the solution. I attempted this via the "Edit wp-config.php" suggestion, but seeing the same results. I think this is an Apache issue and not a Wordpress issue, with some sort of redirection going on
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comment Apache: Accessing WAMP from remote device within network
I tried but still no luck, same thing happens, my device just changes to cannot connect to localhost
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comment Apache: Accessing WAMP from remote device within network
I changed the Wordpress and Site URLs in the General Settings of my Wordpress, restarted WAMP server but still no luck. When I check the Apache access logs I do not see any entry for my requests, so sounds like there is something wrong at Apache level
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comment Apache: Accessing WAMP from remote device within network
Are you referring to Put Online/Offline? I have it online anyways
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comment Apache: Accessing WAMP from remote device within network
I've added the Listen section of my httpd.conf file above. I don't think Wordpress has any issue yet. If I look at my access logs, there is no entry there for my requests so it's not reaching Wordpress yet
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comment Windows 8: Audio and video streaming out of sync
Yes, was fine beforehand, I verified that the drivers are up to date. I don't have the hardware to hand but I know it's NVidia. Any other ideas? Thinking of just reinstalling Windows 7 to resolve