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operation ivy

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Hey everyone,

My anti virus (avg) detected some .dll files in my system 32 folder and automaticly deleted them. after restarting my computer as instructed the internet no longer works. i am on a network with one other computer in my home. the internet still works on that one though. i am unsure what to do. i have tried network connection wizard and what not and nothing seems to work. when i try and repair my connection with the wizard it gives me an error "unable to renew ip address" another thing i noticed is that under network connections my "internet gateway" is gone. i have no idea how to replace it. if anyone knows anything about this i would appreciate the help.
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Hi there,

Sounds like you've deleted your IP stack. Run WinsockFix to repair it:

http://www.tacktech....ay.cfm?ttid=257

Let us know if that solves your problem :tazz:

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thats quite a handy tool. thank you for replying so quickly to. needless to say it worked.
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You are most welcome, glad to have helped :tazz:

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