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Old 03-08-2010, 11:47 AM
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Dwayne, you have your priorities correctly set! You can manually change your network settings, by going to Start, Network, Manage Network Settings, right click on your Local Area Connection, and go to Properties. You can either enter a static ip address or use DHCP, whichever your ISP uses. Or, you can try, just on one computer, deleting your network adapter, rebooting and letting windows reinstall the driver for your network adapter. Or, you could just do a system restore to a prior date from the updates. Or, you could try to remove the update, which should show up in your program listing (Start, Control Panel, Programs, Uninstall a Program).
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