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Techie help, need a sys file

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long story short, did something stupid and lost tcpip.sys in vista sp1, is there anywhere I can download a microsoft signed one? Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
long story short, did something stupid and lost tcpip.sys in vista sp1, is there anywhere I can download a microsoft signed one?
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#2
wow, wish I had thought of that! if you look you'll see they are all hacked unsigned drivers that force you to press f8 and disable driver signing on every boot...not what I want
#3
fungus
wow, wish I had thought of that! if you look you'll see they are all hacked unsigned drivers that force you to press f8 and disable driver signing on every boot...not what I want


Don't be lazy and do you own searching next time then :p
#4
again, already tried, why bother replying if you have nothing to contribute
#5
You know some people might actually have said "I tried that but thanks anyway."
banned#6
aaaahahahahahhahah!
#7
LadyMadonna;1942848
You know some people might actually have said "I tried that but thanks anyway."

after someone posts a sarcy google search link, like I'm dumb enough not to search google, anyway like I said, if you've got nothing useful to contribute you know what you can do.
installing vista on vmware in hopes of copying from there...
#8
If the file your looking for is from SP1 then how will installing vista on a virtual machine help?

Can't you just reinstall sp1?
#9
I'm downloading sp1 for the virtual vista now to install and copy across, suppose I could have just reinstalled sp1. your way may have been a lot easier!

edit: won't let me reinstall as I already have it
#10
Roll back then to get rid of the sp1 you have and then reinstall, or saying as you have the service pack downloaded just go in to command prompt and replace it from there.
#11
LadyMadonna
You know some people might actually have said "I tried that but thanks anyway."


exactly my thoughts too :thumbsup:

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