You still have something using the ports you have setup for shoutcast the defualt being TCP port 8000 and 8001. If your PC is stuck with that error and you have closed everything, shutdown and reboot.
from windows or *nix boxes you can see if a port is open by doing the following from a command line prompt (Windows START > RUN > Command } get you to the command prompt
netstat -an |find "800"
netstat -an |grep 800
The above examples should! show you if have something listening on any port starting with 800, this would of cource include 8000 and 8001 so just modify this to match what ports you have the stream on, like 8080 just change the "800" to "808" so it would see 8080 and 8081 and so on.
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