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Restore TCP/IP or Network Neighborhood

By bcpowell ·
How can I restore Network Neighborhood WITHOUT having to re-install Win 98 SE. Although it's an old quasi OS, I use 98 on a drive as a kind of "fileserver" for my home computer: it's a long story. While troubleshooting my DSL account I was removing some components from the LAN connection properties. One was a unknown ethernet icon; when I removed it, that component deleted the Network Neighborhood. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

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by jschein In reply to Restore TCP/IP or Network ...

sure.. go into your control panel... network.. and add client for microsoft networks...

you may need your cd to add it back

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by gops_bah In reply to Restore TCP/IP or Network ...

jschein is right

you must have any client service installed in your PC to get the Network Neighborhood.

Controlpanel --> Network --> Add --> client --> Add --> Microsoft --> Client for Microsoft Networks --> ok -> ok.
Now it may ask u Windows 98 installation CD. then restart the PC.

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by aadityakhanna In reply to Restore TCP/IP or Network ...


U just have to add client for Microsoft network and it will be fine...U can add it using Control panel--network-Add-client-and choose microsoft and clinet for microsoft network from there and your problem will be solved..


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