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After i accidentally downloaded a file from my email box, my computer kept on turning on and off. i used my mcafee software and it discovered a virus. i deleted the TCPIP folder. Now, i can't go online. can someone please help me. thanks!
Hi, In Windows XP SP2 ,assuming that all the viruses have been removed and there are no other issues, go to Control Panel, Network Connections, right click on Properties of your Networking Card or Wifi, in the General tab click on Install, highlight Protocol, click on Microsoft, select TCP/IP, OK. Btw, I don't recall Windows having any folder TCPIP. In any case, hope this be of some help/idea. Post back should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
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1.Restart your computer. Press "F8" repeatedly as
the computer boots up, until the Windows startup options menu appears. Choose
"Safe Mode" and hit "Enter."
"Start" and click "Computer" or "My Computer."
Double-click your primary hard drive. Enter the "Windows" folder and
the "System32" folder.
the list of files until you find "wgalogon.dll" and
"wgatray.exe." You can delete these files completely or, if you need
WGA in the future, right-click each file, choose "Rename" and add
".bak" on the end of the file name, after the extension.
"Start" and type "Regedit" into the search box. Click
"Regedit" when it appears in the search results. The Registry Editor
5.Click "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE," "SOFTWARE," "Microsoft," "Windows NT" and "Current Version." Find the "WGALogon" folder under "Current Version" and enter it. Right-click "Notify" and choose "Delete." Restart your computer normally.
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