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DHCP won't start after virus cleanup


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#1 wispa9867

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Posted 15 October 2010 - 05:08 PM

Please send me over to the Virus forum if I'm not in the right place...
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To cut a long story short, using various antivirus/antispyware tools I've rid myself of various trojans.

One of these attached itself to netbt.sys. I've restored this from c:\i386, but nothing I do can get DHCP to start up.

Services gives error 1075: the dependency service does not exist or is marked for deletion.

Event viewer shows event id 7003: The DHCP Client service depends on the following non-existent service: netbt. Next message has the same dependency for TCP/IP NetBIOS Help service.

Thanks for reading and hope you can help - I've tried everything I could find on google. :flowers:

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#2 wispa9867

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Posted 17 October 2010 - 04:32 AM

Solved my own problem in the end.

Found the Microsoft tip (kb 915162) to remove the DHCP dependency on netbt by hacking the registry and after a reboot all is well again. :thumbsup:

Tried winsockxpfix.exe (google it) which seems to work for a lot of people, but did nothing for me.

Hope this helps someone else in the future! :flowers:




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