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Failed to query TCP/IP settings. Cannot proceed

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Trouble in paradise , again. My re-install of XP HOME SP2 did not go as smoothly as expected. I lost my internet and my network card is detected, it's a onboard card , i think its a TI IEEE 1394. It shows a connected window at the bottom, I like that part. Zero packets sent/received.Status : connected Duration 00:17:45 and climbing Speed : 400.O MBPS

STATUS: no ip address, no subnet mask, no gateway, no details

Router is doing it's magic because I am typing on my little laptop right now into the WWW.
I need a few methods to fix this. Winsock Fix I tried it, no dice.
The yellow conflicts I SEE in the device manager are: in the Other DEvices tab include Ethernet controller, PCI device, PCI Simple Communications Controller and Video Controller (VGA Compat)
Network adapter tab shows 1394 Net Adapter
I have tried all that unistall and re-install tricks process for TCP/IP ; file and printer sharing for MS nets; client for MS networks.
Your thoughts?
:) and hungry. bad combination.
So I will be back.
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