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0X000006ba Error w. RPC server running properly


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Flax9

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Problem similar to http://www.geekstogo...=ST&f=5&t=52995 (link found while googling this topic)
So, this started when the icons in my Network Connections folder vanished. I tried a number of different solutions to no avail and eventually tried running a system file check.
When I ran, from both the run prompt and a command prompt, I got the same error message 0X000006ba [The RPC server is unavailable.]
Things I've done regarding Network Connections:
Uninstalling/reinstalling network adapter
Uninstalling/reinstalling my system's certificates w. add/remove windows components dialogue
Checking all services related to Network Connections
Everything in this article http://support.micro...kb;en-us;825826 except SFC

Regarding failed SFC:
Checked RPC server
Ran while logged on as Administrator
Google (rendered no hope)
Checked Security Certificates.

Please, any help on either or both of these potentially connected problems would be greatly appreciated.
This is honestly the first time I haven't found my solution to computer problems in pre-existing forums, heh.

-j

Edited by Flax9, 06 June 2006 - 07:50 PM.

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Here is a Microsoft KB article on the sfc issue

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=296241

Follow the instructions and see if it fixes that issue, and post back
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The "No Liabitlity Accepted" cert. is there.
I'll try following the resolution steps anyway perhaps
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No dice I'm afraid; the new certs had no effect.
Moreover, while I found several more articles on both subjects, none produced any results.
However, I re-enabled my second ethernet controller (my motherboard, ASUS A8N-SLI DELUXE, has two, one an nvidia controller and the other a yukon gigabit controller that is used for computer-to-computer links rather than internet - this is the one I enabled) in the BIOS and it brought back the icons in my network connections folder, except for the icon for my internet LAN connection.

p.s. the other articles I found on this are http://support.micro...om/?kbid=254631 and http://support.micro....com/kb/269019/ though I'd tried all the steps in both before posting here, to no avail, except for running an SFC, where I hit a wall.

-j

Edited by Flax9, 06 June 2006 - 09:09 PM.

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