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WHITELIONX
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Yup Ampps has a nasty habit of disappearing even though Apache and MySql are still running in task manager
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WHITELIONX
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I've also noticed that if I se it to start when I run Windows it's not even in startup? I'm on Windows 10 not through choice either lol
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WHITELIONX
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Turns out it does auto start even though Ampps itself doesn't show, the Apache auto starts just not the MySQL. I can live with that :)
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