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Removing TCP/IP from NT

By y2ktoou ·
How does one delete from network applet the protocol TCP/IP. Have already tried the Microsoft routine and receive idiot msg back stating there's an error. Is there another way of removing this besides reformatting the drive?

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by RichKer In reply to Removing TCP/IP from NT

What is the error you're getting? You should be able to remove it by right clicking on network neighborhood, go to protocols, select tcp/ip then remove. A message comes up telling you it will remove it from the system and you have to reinstall if you need it again. What else is happening?

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by RichKer In reply to Removing TCP/IP from NT

also try MS knowledge article q151237
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q151/2/37.ASP

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by y2ktoou In reply to Removing TCP/IP from NT

the idiot msg I receive when trying to remove TCP/IP is the following:
A Critical Error has occurred

More Memory needed to complete setup (pc has 128mb installed with 65mb left after bootup)

try shutting down some otheractive programs (once again no other programs are running)

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by subbz In reply to Removing TCP/IP from NT

Do you have any other protocols installed?? If no, install one, update bindings on the adapter and then delete TCP/IP, preferably logged on as an administrator.

If this doesn't work, delete the network adapter and re-install it with the protocolsyou want installed.

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