PLEASSE HELP - apache & Win7 are drivin me crazy

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Hey everyone,

I'm fighting with this thing already for 1 month (no joke)... almost gave up on it.

Here is what I've got:
A Win7 and XAMPP (I've already tried WAMP and it's the same). The Apache & MySQL are working.
So the localhost (or just 127.0.0.1) is running.
Now if I try to load any local file, that is bigger than 68 Kbite, the apache (on any browser)
doesn't do it completely - the file is being loaded until 68Kbite and than it stops...

So in other words, if I load any file (bigger than 68Kbite) via localhost, for example:

http://127.0.0.1/Image.jpg ... or
http://127.0.0.1/game.swf ... or
http://127.0.0.1/jquery.js,

then these files are not being loaded completely!
So the Image is loaded until some part and looks corrupted,
the SWF doesn't load until the end, I can see it on the preloader,
the JS-File is being loaded until some amount and then being "cut", so I realy can see that the content of an ASCII File is being cut off after a certain amount...

If I put these files on a real server, I can load them normally.

I've tested it on every browser - the same, I also installed all of the windows updates and reinstalled XAMPP and WAMP several times.

Please help me, I really don't know what to do.


If I've expressed myself somehow complicated please tell me so and I'll try to rephrase it.

Thanks in advance
Regards - Mikral
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What happens if you use the LAN IP instead of local host?

For example http://192.168.1.100/image.jpg ?
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Hi and thanks for the answer - nothing happens, I just get "No page found".
I think my LAN-IP is not configured for the port 80.

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