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Sorry this isn't a HiJack this log, I couldn't find a topic (possibly named ID10T Errors) that would cover this.
Using LSPFix: Suppose someone didn't make a backup, clicked "I know what I'm doing", selected everything in the left side panel in LSPFix and deleted it. Is there a way to recover from this?? Machine is stating that TCP/IP is not available.

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Hi coreystorey. Yes, that is a problem. What you will need to do is go into Control Panel>Networking> and remove ALL networking components. After that reinstall them to reset networking on that computer. When that is done make any changes necessary for any network parameters that pertain to your network (if any).



Edited by OldTimer, 26 May 2005 - 02:11 PM.

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