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DHCP client missing in services list


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#1 kenneth23

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Posted 28 April 2010 - 06:10 AM

I cannot connect to the internet because my computer cannot renew my ip address. I tried to renew it manually by typing ipconfig/renew in command prompt but it says that the "RPC server is unavailable" but its already started/automatic in services.. I suddenly found out that the DHCP client is missing in services. I also tried installing hotfix but nothing happens and it doesnt solve my problem.

MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!
MY DHCP CLIENT IS MISSING IN SERVICES LIST !!!!

please help me !!!

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#2 swagger

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Posted 28 April 2010 - 02:24 PM

Kenneth,

If you open up a cmd prompt window and type in sc start dhcp - does it start the DHCP client service?

Also, what O/S are you using? If you are using Windows XP, please make sure this file exists on your computer? C:\Windows\System32\dhcpcsvc.dll




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