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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by twizzie, Feb 4, 2007.

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  1. twizzie

    twizzie Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I've had this "serious system error" for quite a while now and have seeked much help, but still isn't completly put to sleep. I've got what's causing the problem, now I want to terminate it without damaging my system. The system event veiwer in control panel says that about 80% of the error I have is because of a specific file name called "TCP/IP". I went to windows help, and they told me to remove this protocol and then re-install it using the "network" option in Control Panel. But, if I knew how to do this, you wouldn't be reading this right now! I do understand that this is a very basic problem to overcome, and its just a matter of removing and re-installing.

    Thanks,
    Twizzie
     
  2. Daredeval756

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    Easy Fix, Go To Start>Control Panel>Network Connections, the right click on your LAN Connections>Properties, scroll down to Internet Protocal(TCP/IP)> Uninstall Button>Reinstall Button(may require Windows Disk)

    Hope That Helps A Little

    Best of Luck

    //Daredeval756
     
  3. twizzie

    twizzie Thread Starter

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    Hey there again, I'm the guy with the Flight Sim X question, by the way I JUST placed an order, got a great deal.

    Anyway, when I click on it it doesn't allow me to uninstall, should I hit the install button?
     
  4. Daredeval756

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    ....yup i know


    Yes you should
     
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