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


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There is definitely a new twist going around as you are the second I am helping with this problem

Please go Control panel Admin Tools, Services and check on the DHCP Client service - the services that it depends on
That is click the dependencies tab, after you have double clicked to open the DHCP Client service.

One of them will be the auxilliary function driver
another MAY be on your computer the NetBios over TCP/IP
PLEASE CHECK and make a note of the dependencies on that service.


Also while you are in services check the TCP/IPNetBiosHelper service please, ensure it is set Automatic Start and then start it.


Now please go to Device Manager and
Check in Device Manager - on hidden devices.
on the view tab click to show hidden devices
Is there is any warning on the Auxilliary Function driver - Non plug and play devices.
See my screenshot please




double-click the entry AFD, and click the Driver tab Set the Startup type to System. Start the service. Note down the error message if any. Similarly start the two other drivers namely:

  • TCP/IP Protocol Driver
  • NetBios over Tcpip
  • using the above as an example check each of these and/or as listed in your dependencies

  • Close Device Manager and restart Windows.
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Go back to services.
If the DHCP service is not started, set the start to automatic and then start it.
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I am doing this now
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Under the dependencies tap for the DHCP Client in the top box labeled "This service depends on the following system components" there was:
-AFD
-NetBios over Tcpip
.....-TCP/IP Protocol Driver
..........-IPSEC Driver
-TCP/IP Protocol Driver
.....-IPSEC Driver

And the box below labeled "The following system components depend on this service" was grayed out and empty.

In the device manager there were no warnings on the AFD.
There are warnings on:
a347scsi
IntelIde
PartMgr


I would also like to note that when I was in the Device manager I mistakenly hit stop on the TCP/IP Protocol Driver and I received an error: "The system encountered the following error while atttemotig to stop the service. The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion". Not sure if this is helpful but thought I would note it.

I made sure everything was set as you requested (which they all seemed to be already) and restarted windows. I still have the same connection problem.
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Back in a bit, just checking progress on the other thread
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no problem... your help is much appreciated!!
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I am just about to get a registry export from him for investigation

As an aside do you have any yellow exclamation marks showing in device manager ?
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Yep, as noted earlier they are on:
a347scsi
IntelIde
PartMgr

Also, I have one on Multimedia Audo Controller as well.
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Could you open the ones with the excalamtion mark one at a time (any order )

Then right click and select properties
Click update driver
Could you let me know the result please
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The Multimedia Audio Controller is the only one with an update driver option but needs to go online to do so.
The other 3 are under the non-plug and play drivers and have no update option.

Edited by jaydog11, 04 January 2012 - 04:08 PM.

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OK could you run the following batch file please

Download seek.zip to the desktop
Extract the batch file and double click it
After a moment or two three reg files will appear could you zip and then attach them here please


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Here you go...

Attached Files


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OK I will check them out now thanls
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Any word on what to do next? Thanks!!
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Yep just trying to formulate something, we have the other one working now
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Great! Again, many thanks for all your help.
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