I would then run winsockxpfix at this time. I wanted to do this with a router just for me and my laptop using dial-up wirelesslessy. Thanx!!!!!!!!! I can't remember off hand what I did. have a peek here
Nope, the user informed me that he's also having a problem "Repairing" the network connection (evidently his thinking was that repair fixes anything and would have negated the need to bother Thanks for understanding why I posted. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads What is causing this behavior. > Thanks...Peter > Anonymous a b F Wireless 19 November 2004 23:52:49 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windows.networking.wireless (More info?) I only have tcp/ip installed.
I have never seen this response to disabling the LAN connection, nor have I ever NOT been able to disable one. Error Disabling Connection Also Cryptographic Services are started and set to > "automatic" . I'm able to follow what is written or told, but to leave it as a statement of just do what I did and no steps still leaves many of us at page Can a president win the electoral college and lose the popular vote If a wondrous item was dynamically created as slimy, can I remove the smell with prestidigitation?
Start a coup online without the government intervening What is the meaning of \meaning? Restart computer. What is causing this behavior. >> Thanks...Peter >> > > Can't find your answer ? As I read what the WinsockXPFix proggy does, how it fixes reg entries after an adware removal, I thought that may be it because that is indeed one of the things
Stopping Services disables Windows from using this features. I forgot to mention, since then, the only things I have done that would at all relate to the LAN since enabling it was add it to my work group, share It Is Not Possible To Disable The Connection At This Time Called Geek squad, told me it couldn't be done. Start the computer in Safe Mode by pressing F5 right before the Windows logo appears.
I looked everywhere on the net and thought of how to do it.... Geek Squad doesn't know their nose from a hole in the ground. I never optimized anything, just share the dial up connection(ICS) and connect the router to the LAN. I have XP Pro with SP2 ...
Pish posh... (3) Clinton camp tipped off on CNN... (9) Compaq ProLiant 1600 DIP... (5) 16 Celebrities Who Will Leave... (1) Donald Trump Makes Idiotic... (525) As I Sat Watching... (1) But if I right click and Disable the Local Area Connection it comes up saying this. Sounds like NASA's equivalent to some term I can't remember off hand, "Non critical error" for lack of a better work, importance. Check This Out it was a nightmare, anyway.
Techfusion 5,394 views 3:44 Windows 8.1 troubleshooting wifi problems - Duration: 7:29. Geek Squad doesn't know their nose from a hole in the ground. Cannot disable my network connection.
You can actually share a dial-up connection through a router. Reply Reply With Quote March 29th, 2008,01:24 AM #12 taz480 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage Member Join Date May 2005 Posts 355 Originally Posted by Now if you try to disable the network..it should work. Not the answer you're looking for?
Called Geek squad, told me it couldn't be done. It does not work this way. The time now is 07:40 PM. muhammadlilg 78,040 views 4:18 How to get your wireless adapters back in device manager if they are not being showed up there ? - Duration: 5:40.