Locate open ports in windows xp. Tags: Wireless Access Open Ports Antivirus Windows XP Last response: September 19, 2012 4:17 PM in General Connectivity Share countryT September 15, 2012 12:27:05 PM I am trying to find out what port is open when a anti virus co. gets in and takes control I am trying to shut that and not allow that to happen anymore. that's the short story More about : locate open ports windows hang-the-9 September 19, 2012 4:17:02 PM Duplicate post. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows 7 forces me to use add new hardware to locate my USB ports each time I r Forum Windows 7 not able to locate copied files from XP Forum SolvedCan't open file in windows after transferring data from ubuntu (file refers to a location that is not available) Forum How or were do i locate my windows xp product key code on my pc ? Forum Trying to locate "System Restore Points" (Windows XP) Forum How to open ports 443 , 11002,11001 on xp Forum SolvedI have an windows xp and my firewall doesnt open. It says windows firewall cannot be displayed cause the service isnt running Forum mysterious open ports, XP Home Forum I need to create a new PDF port on windows 7 but new port button DOESN'T open. Forum Why cant i open ports for emule through my windows 7 firewall Forum How do i open & operate 2 RDP connections at same time from my windows xp ? Forum SolvedPrinting on USB ports with Windows XP Forum SolvedHow do I open a png file with windows xp Forum How do i open folder options in windows xp? Forum how to open windows xp when u have dowloaded theme pack of 8 & mac theme? Forum I can locate my external hard drive but can't open it. Forum SolvedWindows XP SP3 - Having issues opening files Forum windows xp not open folder Forum Can't open Windows XP normaly or in safe mode Dell Dimension 2350 Forum I AM UNABLE TO open the controlpanal in windows xp it says it is due to restrictions in the effects of the computer Forum More resources Read discussions in other General Connectivity categories Wireless Access Mobile Internet !