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Megaslash

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Hello.
I think I have a problem with the Network Setup Wizard (maybe a virus or something) - I can't create a network (which I already created before), I keep getting this message from the NSW:
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I have Windows XP.
It is important to note that I already created the same network in the past, so there is no problem with the settings and the configuration of the network.
Can I fix the NSW somehow?
I have Service Pack 1, SP2 can fix it?

Thanks.

Edited by Megaslash, 09 August 2005 - 09:51 AM.

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Hello.
I think I have a problem with the Network Setup Wizard (maybe a virus or something) - I can't create a network (which I already created before), I keep getting this message from the NSW:
Posted Image
I have Windows XP.
It is important to note that I already created the same network in the past, so there is no problem with the settings and the configuration of the network.
Can I fix the NSW somehow?
I have Service Pack 1, SP2 can fix it?

Thanks.
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Megaslash

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Hello.
I think I have a problem with the Network Setup Wizard (maybe a virus or something) - I can't create a network (which I already created before), I keep getting this message from the NSW:
Posted Image
I have Windows XP.
It is important to note that I already created the same network in the past, so there is no problem with the settings and the configuration of the network.
Can I fix the NSW somehow?
I have Service Pack 1, SP2 can fix it?

Thanks.
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Metallica

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I have merged all your topics.

Please do not doublepost again.

Regards,
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If you know your bois, you will need to go into your bios and ENABLE your network card. I had this problem as well and I found that is what i had to do.
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