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DHCP client service doesn't exist

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by bhoygaz, Nov 2, 2011.

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  1. bhoygaz

    bhoygaz Thread Starter

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    Hi Guys,

    Not sure whether this should be in the Win 7 forum or not but here goes.

    Last week I hit an issue whereby I was unable to access the Internet wirelessly even though my laptop could see the router and had a good signal. I tried connecting up via an ethernet cable to no avail.

    The issue seems to have started right after a Windows Update but I can't be 100% certain. If I do ipconfig /all I can see that DHCP is not enabled. I know the router is fine because my vista laptop can access wirelessly via the router fine. I tried doing some things I seen in the forum such as ipconfig /renew etc. but it said it couldn't contact the RPC server. I followed this up and was recommended to check the DHCP client service was started. It isn't even there. I was wondering if the update could have removed it.

    Someone else who had reported the same issue on this forum was asked to do a system restore. I did this and the service is still not there. I am assuming that the non-existence of the DHCP client is the cause of my issues accessing the Internet.

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Gary.
     
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