January 21st, 2003 06:29 PM
Unfortunately that doesnt fix the issues = thanks for the info though = the rebuild of tcpip doesnt remove tcpip just reset the reg keys and some log file
January 20th, 2003 11:23 PM
this article is incorrect - it is impossible to uninstall
tcpip under a win xp machine due to the fact it is a core
December 23rd, 2002 08:38 PM
well if your using win98 - you can removed dial up adapter from your network properties and removed the winsock2 folder from the registry under local machine - system - current controlset - services...
October 9th, 2001 09:34 PM
By any chance do you have any texts on this???
October 8th, 2001 03:39 PM
That makes sense - thanks for all the info
October 8th, 2001 02:09 AM
If you could either email them to me or post them it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again..
October 8th, 2001 01:30 AM
sorry but all they use are proxies - im looking for something that will allow you to modify your out going packet ip info
October 8th, 2001 01:02 AM
Is there any way to spoof your ip on the web without the use of proxies?
October 7th, 2001 10:56 PM
first i dont trust anti-virus because if a hacker really wanted to he could obtain a unpacked server and trim it then pack it making it undetectible. Another thing you would want to do is check for...