|13 Dec 2009||#1|
How-To: Remove Bonjour and fix networking issues
I just went crazy as how strange issues my computer produced after I installed a program that uses Bonjour service by Apple (usually Adobe CS3 or iTunes). I tried to remove it following the posts I found around the net, but it just totally broke my system. So after a reinstall and some struggle I think I found what to do in what sequence to get Bonjour removed and the networking system fixed.
Some of the issues which happened frequently for me were:
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|13 Dec 2009||#4|
RogerR, that method is the same as what TurnOffBonjour does in one click.
Almost all the guides say just how to remove Bonjour, but you need to fix your Winsock, as it doesn't fixed anything, just removed the service. You must edit the registry or run LSPFix. And you must reset winsock after everything is done.
reghakr, the same, I don't know if that util does anything with winsock.
For me only the complete way worked, first remove, then fix winsock.
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