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Iexlporer probleme When trying to install Internet Connection Sharing, I get the following error message: ?Netconn has caused an error in Netconn.exe?in

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Try finding Netconn.exe in your C:\Windows directory and double-clicking it. If the error still occurs, delete Netconn.exe, and then click Start, click Run, type MSCONFIG (hit enter), click the Extract File button, type in NETCONN.EXE as the file you would like to extract, click the button labeled ‘Start’, type the path to your WinME installation files where it says ‘Restore From’ (example: D:\Win9x), and type in ‘C: \Windows’ where it says ‘Save File In’ and click OK.

Naturally, back up registry, move copy of deleted keys to desktop before removing.

Delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,System, CurrentControlSet, Services,
ICSharing (the whole thing).

In addition to removing the whole ICS Sharing folder,
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\ICSharing (entire folder),

Remove HKLM\System\CCS\Services\RemoteAccess\LocalNameResolution (all keys)
Extract ics.inf, icshare.inf and icsharep.inf to a temp folder (like C:\ICS)

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