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WINSOCK, WINSOCK2 deleted????

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by gilena, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. gilena

    gilena Thread Starter

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    My computer is acting strange..i have win2000. I went into my registry and i think i deleted a file i wasnt supposed to. now i got an error message asking me 2 insert my Windows 2000 Professional CD. I ALSO cant read my emails through (hotmail or yahoo). I keep getting a "CANNOT DISPLAY PAGE". what files do i need replaced or repaired? do i need to "hijack" this?
    i'm lost...please help!

    -gilena-
     
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  3. gilena

    gilena Thread Starter

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    this is what it said when i downloaded...so now what do i do?
    KEEP REMOVE
    rnr20.dll Tcpip
    winrnr.dll NTDS
    msafd.dll (Protocol handler)
    rsvpsp.dll (Protocol handler)



    ****what do i remove? If anything?
     
  4. natcom

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    those it said that when you run the program ?
     
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  6. gilena

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    when i downloaded it a window appeared that said:
    LSP-FIX
    WINSOCK 2 REPAIR UTILITY

    and then the rest i already sent 2 u. what do i do from here?
     
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