TCP/IP is installed but not visible

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Network properties
TCP/IP
Windows Server 2003
Hello All, On my system running server 2003, there was TCP/ip installed which still is, but I can't see it in network properties, hence can't change the TCP/IP properties. How it happend I don't know but when I try to install the TCP/IP again, it gives me message .. "Could not add the requested component, the error is: The system can not find the file specified." So how can I install the TCP/IP or any of the component in network properties,its all gone, but my machine works fine. Any help will be highly appriciated. Best Regards,

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Try <a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=299357″>reseting TCP/IP.</a>

If that doesn’t work. Try <a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811259″>resetting the WINSOCK2 </a>Registry key.

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Try uninstall the network adapter and let Windows redetect it and reinstall the drivers and associated protocols including TCP/IP.

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  • carlosdl
    I would also suggest to perform a scan with a couple of good antispyware/antivirus programs.
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