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Spybot and networks


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inebriated

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I ran Spybot search and destroy and removed everything it found, since doing that my computer will no longer join or find the other computers on the network, would I have deleted a file with spybot that I needed? how can I find these other computers now?
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if you are running spybot then close it down, do the following:
go to Start -> Run and type cmd
then type ping 127.0.0.1 press enter
if it comes up with a response time then your TCP/IP stack is working fine. otherwise your TCP/IP stack needs repairing.
We will get to that after you do that little test, le me know of the outcome.
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how can I find these other computers now?


To find other systems on your network do a ping sweep.

would I have deleted a file with spybot that I needed?


Yes it's possible.

if you are running spybot then close it down, do the following:
go to Start -> Run and type cmd
then type ping 127.0.0.1 press enter
if it comes up with a response time then your TCP/IP stack is working fine. otherwise your TCP/IP stack needs repairing.


LOL.
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