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Windows 7: Windows couldn't automatically blind the IP protocol stack.

11 Dec 2012   #21
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Cp King View Post
Yes, I just installed Panda Cloud Antivirus and took off Avast. So, does that mean its bad?
Anyway..solved. Avast has been uninstalled...correct? That could have been the problem.

I did reset tcpip, it's like a reinstall of tcp/ip.

uninstall Panda Cloud Antivirus. reboot. wireless still works?
install Panda Cloud Antivirus. wireless still works?

if not working..... uninstall the shitware and do the reset trick again and reboot


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11 Dec 2012   #22
Cp King

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Step one it was still working. Step two it is still working!
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