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DHCP client missing in services

Discussion in 'Networking' started by kenneth23, Apr 28, 2010.

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  1. kenneth23

    kenneth23 Thread Starter

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    I cannot connect to the internet because my computer cannot renew my ip address. I tried to renew it manually by typing ipconfig/renew in command prompt but it says that the "RPC server is unavailable" but its already started/automatic in services.. I suddenly found out that the DHCP client is missing in services. I also tried installing hotfix but nothing happens and it doesnt solve my problem.

    MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
    MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
    MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
    MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
    MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!

    please help me !!!
     
  2. etaf

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    is this the hotfix you are referring to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953761/ if so I assume you windows version is XP SP3
    if not would you let us know what windows version you have.

    Is this a new install of windows XP - or has it only just happened - if resent, have you tried a system restore to a date before the problem started
    start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore
     
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