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Need help removing Tidserv Activity 2 [Closed] [Solved]


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OK there is the problem (I bolded it in the report)

I just need to find out how to fix it
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Could you follow the instructions on this page to reset the wireless zero configuration

Here is the procedure to install the Wireless Zero Configuration Service:

1.Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel.
2.If you're in Category View, then click the Network and Internet Connections icon, then the Network Connections icon. If you're in Classic View, double-click the Network Connections icon.
3.In the Network Connections window, under LAN or High Speed Internet, select the Local Area Connection icon. On the menu bar, click File and select Properties, or just right-click on the Local Area Connection icon and select Properties from the context menu).
4.In the Local Area Connection Properties window, on the General tab, click the Install button.
5 .In the Select Network Component Type window, under "Click the type of network component you want to install," click to select the Service icon, then click the Add button.
6.In the Select Network Service window, click the Have Disk button, then the Browse button.
7.In the Locate File window, browse to the C:\Windows\Inf folder (this is a hidden folder). Click to select NETWZC.INF, then click the Open button.
8.In the Install From Disk window, click the OK button.
9.In the Select Network Service window, in the Network Service box, select Microsoft as the manufacturer, then click to select Wireless Zero Configuration.
10.Click the OK button.


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done. actually the first time i tried it I accidentally hit ok in the Select Network Service window before I selected Microsoft and then Wireless Zero Configuration. I re did it and selected the appropriate things. Hopefully I didn't screw anything upo the first time.
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By the way... my other laptop that works fine says domain.invalid under ipconfig as well.
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Damn another bright idea bites the dust -

Have you reinstalled the wireless driver
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No. Can you give me the correct instructions on how to do that?
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OK could you go to device manager and click the arrow/+ next top the network devices so that it expands
Right click the wireless adapter and select properties
In the dialogue select Driver
Then could you give me the details as per the screen shot


I have found a fair few with this problem on the net so far but as of yet no resolution
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I'm not in front of it right now but will do it later today. Thanks.
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Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
Driver Provided: Intel
Driver Date: 4/29/2005
Digital Signature: Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publ...
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I thought I would let you know that I also tried wiring the laptop directly to the router (no wireless) and have the same problem. I also tried wiring directly to the modem (to remove the router from the equation) and have the same problem.

In any scenario I seem to get the same problem. Just wierd that I can actually access Google thru Internet Explorer if I put in the ip adress instead of the domain.

Any new thoughts? This is driving me nuts as I am sure it is to you too.

Edited by jaydog11, 13 February 2012 - 12:59 PM.

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OK lets update the driver next

The driver you want is this one

File name:ICS_Dx32.exe

It can be found on this page
Download and copy to the sick system
From device manager uninstal (Right click option) the current driver
Reboot and then run the exe file you have transfered over
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where do i save it to?
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updated... same problem.
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So the new driver had no effect ?

I am starting to wonder if there might be a problem with the card - but I will check that out first
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So the post earlier where I mentioned using the ethernet cable, does that use the same card as the wireless?

Also, before this virus the internet worked fine (although slow).
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