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03-Jun-2008, 02:56 PM #1
Solved: Missing NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol service , WZC unusable
Hello,
The worm Win32 Bagle deleted some services from my system.Now my PC is clean but I can not use WZC and my WIFI NIC is dead because of the missing NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol service.
Is there a way to install NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol service without making clean reinstall?
My OS is WinXP SP2 build 2600
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I fixed the problem.I see that Wi-FI has been demaged on everybody that has been infected with win32 bagle worm.So here is my solution to the problem
I found that the service still exist in the registry but its not visible in the service.msc console.
So here is what I did:
Go to Start>run>regedit
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Ndisuio
I changed the start value to 2(automatic).It was 4(disabled)
After reboot my WIFI was working again.

If you dont have this key than your best bet is to search the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE for Ndisuio.If you can not find it than It's bad.Try the search assistant and look for the file Ndisuio.sys.It shoud be in C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers. If not maybe reinstall the Ndisuio.sys driver and service would help but I have not found any information in the internet how to do this.Maybe because Ndisuio.sys is an internal windows file.
Another thing that u might try is to check if all windows files are intact and in place with this command
Start>run>sfc /scannnow
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