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help...network connecitn gone


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davidkimdd

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after downloading some spywares and adwares...
somehow my local area connection is gone and the icon won't even show...
look at the picture..there is nothing there in the network connections..

and my system started to run slow..like when trying to open paint...it takes 10seconds..
could anyone help plz?

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anyone???/
my network connections folder is empty
anyone help/
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I know this may sound too simple, but have you just tried to create a new connection? If it dissapeared then just make a new one? If that won't work, can go from there.
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:tazz: When removing certain spyware, realize that the process of cleaning &
removing them MAY possibly interrupt and/or "kill" your internet connection.
Therefore, I recommend you download FROM A CONNECTING TO THE
INTERNET computer, either or both "LSPFIX" and/or "Winsockfix"
( Win 2k or XP only ) from www.spychecker.com/programs onto a CD,
then put that CD into the "problem" computer .
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