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installing TCP/IP



 
 
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Old August 7th 05, 08:22 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Christo
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Default installing TCP/IP

having a few problems sharing connection over basic P2P wireless network

it worked fine previously

i have noticed on one of the machines TCP/IP doesnt appear to be installed
when i go into the properties for the wireless network adapter

upon clicking install i get an error message

could not add the requested component, the system could not located the
required file


or words to that effect


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Old August 7th 05, 08:45 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Christo
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Default installing TCP/IP


"Christo" wrote in message
...
having a few problems sharing connection over basic P2P wireless network

it worked fine previously

i have noticed on one of the machines TCP/IP doesnt appear to be installed
when i go into the properties for the wireless network adapter

upon clicking install i get an error message

could not add the requested component, the system could not located the
required file


or words to that effect


can anyone help me out

I have tried changing a few reg keys from

%SystemRoot%\inf

to

C:\WINDOWS\inf

and it hasnt worked, any help much appreciated

TIA

Christo


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Old August 7th 05, 09:27 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
AAL
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Default installing TCP/IP

you really shouldnt mess about with the registry if you are not sure
what you have done -

however what OS are you running and what network card are you using -
as TCP/IP is the default protocol within Windows 2000 and XP


can anyone help me out

I have tried changing a few reg keys from

%SystemRoot%\inf

to

C:\WINDOWS\inf

and it hasnt worked, any help much appreciated

TIA

Christo


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Old August 8th 05, 08:01 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Conor
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Default installing TCP/IP

In article , Christo
says...
having a few problems sharing connection over basic P2P wireless network

it worked fine previously

i have noticed on one of the machines TCP/IP doesnt appear to be installed
when i go into the properties for the wireless network adapter

upon clicking install i get an error message

could not add the requested component, the system could not located the
required file


or words to that effect

You need the OS installation CD.


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Old August 8th 05, 09:02 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Christo
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Default installing TCP/IP


"Conor" wrote in message
t...
In article , Christo
says...
having a few problems sharing connection over basic P2P wireless network

it worked fine previously

i have noticed on one of the machines TCP/IP doesnt appear to be
installed
when i go into the properties for the wireless network adapter

upon clicking install i get an error message

could not add the requested component, the system could not located the
required file


or words to that effect

You need the OS installation CD.


--
Conor

-You wanted an argument? Oh I'm sorry, but this is abuse. You want room
K5, just along the corridor. Stupid git. (Monty Python)


i have the OS installatyion CD

windows XP

it doesnt seem to help at all

I think its FUBAR


 




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