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By jbox ·
A customer of mine was getting various errors on startup, and couldn't access their internet email.
I came across an article which recommended uninstalling then reinstalling the "Client for Micosoft Networks." I uninstalled OK, but now I cannot install it. I go thru the process, and it appears in the network components list. Then it recommends the restart. After the restart the client is still missing! I've tried reinstalling Windows over the existing copy, run Norton Systemworks, and tried other thing - all to no avail. I would appreciate anyone's advice.
Thank you,
Justin Boxer

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Client for Microsoft Netw ...

this is what i would try:
uninstall all the network components. write down name of network card driver. uninstall network component first, many other components will come out with the network card. leave the dial up adapter in if you have it.
reboot computer
reinstall network card driver. download latest version from internet.

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by jschein In reply to Client for Microsoft Netw ...

This is a new trojan out... Download the programs and follow instructions by these people:

http://forums.broadbandmedic.com/cgi-bin/ib3/ikonboard.cgi?s=dcdc058207e085c628294ee764c4b73f;act=ST;f=1;t=6;st=30

(Remove any spaces in link)

Run the kill box program, and follow the rest of the instructions. Also, edit the HOSTS file (search the pc for it) in notepad and remove the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx easysearch.com etc...

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by Rohit Kumar D In reply to Client for Microsoft Netw ...

uninstall network card and reinstall the driver again. this method works b'cos even i faced the same problem and did the same

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