I'm finding that almost every other time I use Internal Linking, the server appears to disable itself without letting me know! I only find out by going into the Linking menu and seeing the red text saying that the server is disabled. This causes grief for me because then I have to uninstall and re-install over and over again, usually minutes before the class I need it for starts. I'm wondering if there is a way to keep the server installed, other than having to disable the server for a Java update. Any help on this would be really appreciated!
It could be that when you start up your computer, Skype or another program is hogging port 80 before the TypeWell Internal Server can access that port. Internal Server needs to get first access to port 80.
Do you have your Skype program set to launch automatically when Windows starts up? If so, try disabling that setting in Skype. Then restart your computer and allow TypeWell’s Internal Server a couple minutes to get going. Once you verify (through the linking menu in TypeWell) that Internal Server is working, then you can start up Skype.
Let us know if this helps!
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