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Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by bbiagllla, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. bbiagllla

    bbiagllla Regular member

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    Ok this moring i was on the internet on my comp. as usaul. i went to sleep and 8 hours later i woke up. the computer was off. i turned it on and now it wont connect to the modem. My lptop work perfectly fine and thats how im on the internet now. i have tried everything i can think of to fix it. i went to command prompt and typed in ipconfig and it came up with a message that said internal error and couldnt give me my ip details. also besides my connnection to modem not working my windows firewall is off. i try to nable it and it says something about firewall/ic settings. then it says it cant due to not finding tcp/ip something. wtf it was working 8 hours ago?

    i just updated me drivers for my intel(r) PRO/100 VE. nothing changed.

    i bridged my 1394 and my local area connection and the packets sent wnt to 60 but still no packets recieved.
     
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    bbiagllla Regular member

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    my event viewer says the ntwork location awareness service depends on the tcp/icp protocol driver service which failed to start because of the followin error: The system cannot find the file specified.

    also

    the tcp/ip protocol driver service failed to start due to the followin g error: the systm cannot find the file specified.

    another

    the following boot-start or system-start driver failed to load:
    szkg
    tcpip

    another
    the window firewall/internet connection sharing (ics) service terminated with the following error:
    ysstem cant find file specified

    another
    the ipsec services service depends on the tcp/ip protocol diver service which failed to start because of the following error:
    a devie attatched to the system is not functioning.

    another
    the avg network redirector server failed to start:
    syste m cant find file specified.

    another
    Dns client service depends on tcp/ip blah blah failed to start:
    device attatched to system is not functioning.

    same with dhcp client

    his is all after reboot.

    i tried the winsock and tcp fix that was posted on another thread due to adware. didnt work.
     
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    Try flushing the DNS cache.

    Don't bridge a connection unless it's necessary to do so.
     
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    ok here is what i got after ours of threads and messing with options. i tried everything from winsock reinstalling, tcp/ip reinstalling, Bios updating, and i even founda thread and tried vundo, combofix, and a bunch more. Nothing worked. So i was reading about trojan because 5 days ago my AVG caught two trjons so i sent them to the vault. I went to avg vault and seen those two. one was a file called tcpip.sys. which come to find out is a driver and i didnt even know. SO i restored it as tcpip.sys. restarted my comp. and bam internet works again. It s funny that i sent it 5 days ago and it just stopped working yesterday. maybe cause the machin rebooted itself.

    either way i restored it. does that mean the virus is still there even tho it says that trojan and file name tcpip.sys are still in the vault.

    also how do i get rid of trojans because i dont want them in the vault or on my machine at all.
     
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    AVG should have an option to remove the quarantined files. If not...locate the folder that contains the files and manually delete them.
     
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    I had the same issue. I found that my tcpip.sys file had a date of two days ago. I renamed it, windows file protection restored the original and after rebooting I was in business. I'm running a virus/spyware scan now. Thanks very much for the answer.
     
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    You are the man... I tried a million things, and your idea worked. THANK YOU!

     

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