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Need Help with "TCP/IP transport is not installed"


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Swurvydel

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Hi,

after removing some adware i found during a regular virus scan, i now receive this error message when i boot up. "the TCP/IP transport is not installed"

Also when i try to repair my network connection, i get the error message basically stating repair operation failed due to not being able to renew ip address.

I found this link below and follow both instructions listed to no avail. I also read the deleting and then reinstalling my network security might help too. None of these worked. Please advise as to what might be the problem.

thanks in advance


http://www.geekstogo...showtopic=18698
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Dan

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Hello Swurvydel,
Have you tried uninstalling TCP/IP and reinstalling?
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Swurvydel

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I managed to fix it. i downloaded this software that checks the winsock and everything is now fine. thanks anyways.
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Swurvydel where did you find that download?
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I'm having the same error message "TCP/IP network transport not installed", i have Windows 98 SE, let me know what i need to enter into the system to correct the problem. Thank You.
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