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windows vista networking problems

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hi! im matthew and i have a problem on my windows vista. my friend has do some changes in my laptop, he disable some automatically start up programs to make my computer fast, but after that, i cant connect to internet and wifi, it shows that there is problem about TCP/IP something like that. please give me some steps on how to fix this problem.

is a system restore will fit to this problem??

and i just want to know if there's any command codes in cmd to type.

and im not an expert in pc, i just want to get easy to do instructions thank you

Edited by exepro, 16 September 2009 - 02:49 AM.

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Hi Matthew

Welcome to GeeksToGo  :)

Sounds like he has maybe disabled something on startup that you need. 

Please complete the following:

  • Click Start > Run and type in the box box msconfig
  • Click on the Startup tab
  • Take a screen shot of the msconfig window. Make sure each entry is shown in the list, so it may take a few screen shots. 
  • Paste the print screen into MS Paint
  • In paint save each image pasted as a jpeg
  • Attach this to your next reply buy clicking the choose button below were you type you reply, looking for the file and then click the green upload button.

Edited by rev_olie, 17 September 2009 - 05:54 AM.

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