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    "... or initialized?"

    This is on the computer I'm considering wiping and reinstalling...

    It also tells me, of course, that it could not start the service.

    this error appears in "Services" when I attempt to manuallly start "Simple TCP/IP Services."

    ...

    I also get Error 126, "The specified module could not be found" when I try to start the SMTP service...

    Needless to say, my main frame remains offline....

    HEEEEELLLPPP!

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    If this happens at start up go to run and type "msconfig" without the speech marks find the program u don't want to load and disable it.:cheers:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    The problem is that I WANT the TCP/IP services to load. That they aren't loading is my Number One suspect as to why I've lost connectivity to the internet with that computer.

    I need to know how to eliminate this error... or if reformating is my only way out. (I'm backing up my C: drive even as we speak, but its a real PITA to go thru this.)

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    The TCP/IP stack has likely become corrupted (happens now and again) so just uninstall it and then reinstall it again. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    The TCP/IP stack has likely become corrupted (happens now and again) so just uninstall it and then reinstall it again. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>
    Thanks... I'll be sure to try that... but how is it done?

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    What OS are you on? I didn't see it in your post. Win 2000, XP, or something else?

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    XPP

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    from a DOS box issue the command "netsh int ip reset c:\log.txt" without the quotes:

    Then re-boot and see what happens.

    Later

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    A dumb question to ask but have you got IIS admin service installed?
    Please check it in your services section.
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