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Bewitched57

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Upon starting up my computer I am receiving a Symatec email proxy message which says tcpip is not installed. I have tried the various suggestions to fix this issue including editing the registry to ensure that tcpip and current version was there. In addition, I have run a winsock fix program but all to no avail. I am really stuck. Any suggestions?

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Have you gone to Start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections

right click on connection -> Properties

and made sure TCP/IP was installed on the connection?
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Bewitched57

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Yes I've done this and it is there.
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Personally, i would not have any Symantec software on my computer. They have created their own virus to take care of all other viruses.

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Have you thought about uninstalling the symantec software and seeing if it is the problem? There are lots of good software firewalls that are free. A good hardware router is even better than any software firewall. That and a port closing software is better security than any otherl system.

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