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removal of network settings
I removed the items in the network part, tcp/ip, microsoft stuff etc and
gave a reboot, reinstalled them but stull the same.
It still gave the OEM group and computer name as it did before, so obviously
not removed them from somewhere.
i still couldnt access my other machines in my networking yet pings were
baffled and confused............
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