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Dsl Modem / Microsoft Registry Problem Please Help


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#1 LSG_HELP

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Posted 19 June 2006 - 03:22 PM

Hi there,

I deleated some spyware and malware from my pc using Spyware Doctor and Adware last night. Spyware Doctor advised me that deleating the malware might have an impact on some programmes. I went ahead and deleated it anyway ...

My internet (AOL 9.0) stopped working. I have been on the phone to AOL for 5 hours and we have deleated and reinstalled AOL 8, 9, The whole thing but non of this worked.

AOL told me that I would have to get in touch with Microsoft as the new error message that now pops up when trying to reinstall the BT Voyager 105 drivers is : ERROR : Can't get registry value: key=Software\GlobespanVirata\Adsl value=driverType

Apparently I need to deleate the Key registry for this, but I cannot seem to find it in the regedit ... Does anyone know how I can deleate this so I can reinstall my AOL & Modem drivers???

I Have AOL, Windows XP Professional

Any help would be most appreciated!!!

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Posted 19 June 2006 - 06:04 PM

If you have System Restore turned on, use a restore point from just before the problem appeared.
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