tcpip.sys

Posted: 01-31-2009, 12:50 AM

hell

this is my first post here and i dont know if i posted it in the righ
section
i used a tweaked tcpip.sys file and now that file is causing a BSO
every time i boot up my windows. i m using windows vista ultimate x64.
ve seen a similar problem on this forum and somebody attached th
original tcpip.sys file but now the file is removed.
can someone please help me by attaching this file so that i can replac
the corrupt one?
i m so dumb and i didnt do any backup to the file...:

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 01-31-2009, 09:23 AM

anybody

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 01-31-2009, 09:55 PM

alincioaba;954491 Wrote:
> hell
>
> this is my first post here and i dont know if i posted it in the righ
> section
> i used a tweaked tcpip.sys file and now that file is causing a BSO
> every time i boot up my windows. i m using windows vista ultimate x64.
> ve seen a similar problem on this forum and somebody attached th
> original tcpip.sys file but now the file is removed.
> can someone please help me by attaching this file so that i can replac
> the corrupt one?
> i m so dumb and i didnt do any backup to the file...:
Hello Alincioaba

You can also do a System Restore using a restore point dated before yo
changed the file to fix this if one is available

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/76...estore-how.htm

If not, here is a copy of my "tcpip.sys" file. It's from a 32-bit Vist
Ultimate, so I'm not sure if it will work in your 64-bit one or not

986

Hope this helps
Shaw

+-------------------------------------------------------------------
|Filename: tcpip.zip
|Download: http://www.vistax64.com/attachment.p...achmentid=9868
+-------------------------------------------------------------------

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 01-31-2009, 10:53 PM

it wont work. i need the x64 version. i cant use system restore..
thanks anywa

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 04:08 AM

alincioaba;955111 Wrote:
> it wont work. i need the x64 version. i cant use system restore..
> thanks anywa
If you do not get a copy of the file, then other than a clea
reinstall, a repair (upgrade) install may be able to fix this for you.

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/88...tall-vista.htm

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 08:54 AM

tried that already. there seems to be a problem... it wont repair it. i
does not recognize my previous vista installation and when i try t
install a brand new copy on a different hard drive it says "window
cannot install on this partition. formatting failed" or something lik
that.
i did some checks and i rearranged hard drives boot priority and when
finally made it work the repair tool says some crap like "the version o
win that you have installed is different from the one on this disc"
thats not true!!! its the disc that came with my pc...
i have a intel x48 based motherboard made my intel (bonetrail), 4 g
ddr3, c2d e8500, a powercolor radeon 4870x2 and a couple of seagate har
drives (5 x 1Tb - no raid

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 10:29 AM
On Sun, 1 Feb 2009 02:54:37 -0600, alincioaba
<guest@unknown-email.com> wrote:
>
>tried that already. there seems to be a problem... it wont repair it. it
>does not recognize my previous vista installation and when i try to
>install a brand new copy on a different hard drive it says "windows
>cannot install on this partition. formatting failed" or something like
>that.
>i did some checks and i rearranged hard drives boot priority and when i
>finally made it work the repair tool says some crap like "the version of
>win that you have installed is different from the one on this disc".
>thats not true!!! its the disc that came with my pc...
But you probably have SP1 installed now. That's the problem. And
since you can't get Windows loaded, you can't uninstall SP1.

Translation: you're screwed.
>i have a intel x48 based motherboard made my intel (bonetrail), 4 gb
>ddr3, c2d e8500, a powercolor radeon 4870x2 and a couple of seagate hard
>drives (5 x 1Tb - no raid)
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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 01:47 PM

alincioaba;955416 Wrote:
> tried that already. there seems to be a problem... it wont repair it. i
> does not recognize my previous vista installation and when i try t
> install a brand new copy on a different hard drive it says "window
> cannot install on this partition. formatting failed" or something lik
> that.
> i did some checks and i rearranged hard drives boot priority and when
> finally made it work the repair tool says some crap like "the version o
> win that you have installed is different from the one on this disc"
> thats not true!!! its the disc that came with my pc...
> i have a intel x48 based motherboard made my intel (bonetrail), 4 g
> ddr3, c2d e8500, a powercolor radeon 4870x2 and a couple of seagate har
> drives (5 x 1Tb - no raid
Ok Alincioaba

I will be reinstalling the 64-bit Vista with SP1 a little later o
another partition. Afterwards I'll post back with the 64-bit "tcpip.sys
file for you. :

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 03:37 PM

Brink;955538 Wrote:
> > alincioaba;955416 Wrote:
> > tried that already. there seems to be a problem... it wont repair it. i
> > does not recognize my previous vista installation and when i try t
> > install a brand new copy on a different hard drive it says "window
> > cannot install on this partition. formatting failed" or something lik
> > that.
> > i did some checks and i rearranged hard drives boot priority and when
> > finally made it work the repair tool says some crap like "the version o
> > win that you have installed is different from the one on this disc"
> > thats not true!!! its the disc that came with my pc...
> > i have a intel x48 based motherboard made my intel (bonetrail), 4 g
> > ddr3, c2d e8500, a powercolor radeon 4870x2 and a couple of seagate har
> > drives (5 x 1Tb - no raid)> >
>
> Ok Alincioaba
>
> I will be reinstalling the 64-bit Vista with SP1 a little later o
> another partition. Afterwards I'll post back with the 64-bi
> "tcpip.sys" file for you. :
Alincioaba

I'm sorry, but I will not be able to install the 64-bit Vista withou
redoing everything to get it installed. I just cannot do that right now
:

I hope someone that has it installed will post a copy of that file fo
you soon

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Re: tcpip.sys
Posted: 02-01-2009, 06:06 PM

thanks for the effort! i hope someone will post it soon...


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