Do a system restore to the last system checkpoint...probably earlier today or last night.
(My Computer > All Programs > Accessories> System Tools > System Restore)
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Edited by wannabe1, 18 September 2005 - 12:10 PM.
Aaaahhh when I click "Add a printer" I get a error message, "Operation could not be completed. The print spooler service is not running." Do you think the virus had disabled something? Sounds like it has like it did my Taskmanager.
Still in Printers and Faxes, in the left pane, click "Add a printer" and click "Next"...make sure the first two check boxes are "ticked", but not the network one and click next. The screen may "flash" at you...that's normal on some machines. Let the wizard search for your printer. If not found, click "Next" and make sure the LPT1 box is ticked...click "Next"...
Edited by wannabe1, 18 September 2005 - 12:50 PM.
Yay!!!! My printers are relisted! Do I do the same thing to get my network connections?
Click Start, and then click Control Panel...Double-click Administrative Tools, and then click Services...Double-click the Printer Spooler service, and then change the startup type to Automatic. This sets the Spooler service to start automatically when you restart the computer... click the Start button under the Service Status field...this will start the service without rebooting.
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