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I am assuming you are using a non-windows system. On these systems, OS holds some of the the "required" ports for 30-60 seconds after the PBX is stopped. The pbx_startup_err.txt should tell you which port is still in use.

So, if you start the PBX after a while, say 60 seconds, you should be all set. (of course you can check the availability of ports as suggested using netstat command before starting the PBX).

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I think the error application level error log is much better than learning how to use the windows event viewer.

Anyways, in the future versions, PBX does not crash, but it keeps retrying the ports every 10 seconds. This will allow you to close the "other" program and continue with the PBX.

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