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Nov 11, 2014 01:50:28 PM by girishp@rudrasoftech.com

The thing is that Windows 8 is an IPV6-first Operating System and WAMP is, by default, configured to run with IPV4 only. This creates a conflict and hence we face this problem. To confirm that Windows 8 uses IPV6. Open the command prompt and type ping localhost and press the Enter key. You'll receive a reply from ::1 which is the loopback address for IPV6. 

So in order to properly tackle this problem, there's no need to follow the steps I mentioned in    my earlier post. Although my older post might have solved your problem, it isn't a proper solution. Here's what you should actually be doing.....

Please click on: http://graftalks.blogspot.in/2012/11/how-to-use-wamp-server-on-windows-8.html