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Cannot access properties in "local area connection properties" window

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Samzabrus, Oct 10, 2007.

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  1. Samzabrus

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    Hello.
    Im using vista ultimate x64.

    When i access the local area connection window where all the TCP/IPv4 and
    TCP/IPv6 are. I am unable to click on properties on any of them (yes i am the
    administartor)
    By other words, i am unable too access the window where you can change the
    "Obtain an ip adress automatically" and "obtain dns server address
    automatically" options are.

    When i sellect TCP/IPv4 or TCP/IPv6, the properties button is just gray. As
    is the unnistall button. When i hit the configure button, i just get sendt
    back too the desktop. I am also unable to uncheck the TCP/IPv4 or TCP/IPv6
    boxes on the left side of the names (or any of the other stuff)

    If I hit the install button and try too install i new protocoll, i only get
    a error message saying "windows cannot find the file"

    Iv'e also tried it jusing the administrator account. But it didn't help.

    What is causing this problem, and how I fix it?

    Thanks in advance
     
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