1068 error after reset tcp/ip following a corruption or power outa


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PG

I had a tcp/ip corruption issue that I resolved...am not sure what caused it
other than a power outage...after rebooting from resetting my tcp/ip my
network connections are not showing and my windows firewall is not available,
I tried to enable the service but get the 1068 error. I also get this error
when trying to enable windows audio, and my device manager list of devices is
empty?? It seems all my plug and play services/items are not functioning
properly or are missing in the settings??

Any help is greatly appreciated if I can avoid a windows reinstall. Thanks
for your immediate replies!
 
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Singapore Computer Service

Hello,

That URL seems to be a very dodgy site, for one thing, the comments apply to
every problem in the page:
http://www.google.com/search?q="so...+thatssss+what+is+wrong...+ah+ha"&filter=0&num=100

The other thing, the dates are always set to be recent (hint: check Google's
cache date). It is promoting RegCure, which is not free software.

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S

Singapore Computer Service

Hello,

You can do a System Restore to a point where the problem was not there

Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore

Note that when you do a System Restore, you will lose configuration changes
that you did from the point that your restored to. So if you had installed
any new software, it will be affected.

More information on System Restore
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084

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Singapore Computer Home Repair Service
http://www.bootstrike.com/ComputerService/
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P

PG

Thanks,

I got the ip and device manager restored, but still need to restore my
firewall, but turns out I need to restore my windows management information
service as well.

Am I going to need to do a clean install, as I do not have any restore
points available on this drive, since the other drive also crashed. I am
using a restored copy of all my files and programs from a backup copy I made
with acronis.

I would rather not do a complete install of everything again if I can avoid
it, is it possible to restore the windows firewall and management information
service without a clean install??

Thanks again!
 
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