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Insert operating system disk in drive.
Click Start. Click Run. Type
type in command prompt
System file checker will replace the missing files.
and run reg in out registry cleaner also
Try this. Open Start>>Run and type cmd and press enter. This will open a command prompt window. On this command prompt window type the following steps. type cd type attrib -r -h -s autorun.inf type del autorun.inf now type d: and press enter for d: drive partition. Now repeat steps 3 and 4. Similarly repeat step 5 for all your hard disk partition. Restart your system
click on the start menu, then go to run and type in cmd and press enter.
after doing a new screen will pop up. in that screen type in ipconfig press enter and your local IP will be posted. If your looking for your router IP or the one that your ISP is giving you click on http://whatismyipaddress.com/staticpages/index.php/lookup-results
and it will give you your external IP given to you by your ISP.
This usually happens due to missing or corrupt SharedAccess reg key, which represents the Windows Firewall Service. Resolution
Download sharedaccess.reg (for Windows XP SP2 only) and save to Desktop. Then double-click the file to merge the contents to the registry. The Services entry will be created. Restart Windows (mandatory step, otherwise the following NETSH command will display an error message).
After restarting Windows, run the following from Command Prompt (cmd.exe)
NETSH FIREWALL RESET
Launch firewall applet from Control Panel, and then configure your Windows Firewall settings.
If nothing helps, as a last-resort solution (before reinstalling Windows XP Service Pack 2), give these two commands a try. Click Start, Run and type: