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Messages - jpmackay

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I did not realize that you do your computer repair business. Next time I will remember this if you did not respond right away. I should have give you time when you can give a reply.

Anyway I ran through your program Windows Repairs v.2.6.2 in complete also did back up the registry first. And nothing fixed yet with this -- Windows IP Configuration.

Anyway will wait to see your next reply when you can.

Thank you,

John

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Waiting for this reply since last night.

Thank you,

John   :wink:

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Yes I type the name space name in like this with ipconfig /all not ipconfig/all in one word.

After ran through search in C:\ to see if any ipconfig.exe files show up and guess now: There are two files and look below:

ipconfig.exe      C:\WINDOWS\system32      55 KB   Application        4/14/2008    5:42 A.M.
ipconfig.exe      C:\ServicePackFiles\i386     55 KB   Application        4/13/2008    8:12 P.M.


I don't know if I need those two or just one exe file for my desktop or copy over the earlier date with later date in.

Now with the TSP file and there are more than one file in C:\

ipconf.TSP      C:\WINDOWS\system32      55 KB   Application        4/13/2008    8:12 P.M.
ipconf.TSP      C:\ServicePackFiles\i386     55 KB   Application        4/13/2008    8:12 P.M.


Now you see all four files are found in search in my desktop. Then what would you like me to do with this?

Will wait to hear from you about this.

Thank you,

John





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Shane,

Thank you for the link to download 7-zip and it's working to extract. Then I put both files inside the folder of system32 in Windows and try again. With ipconfig /all still the same as before. I don't know what block this exe file from opening up in command prompt and still the same as before with the message below:

Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1.26009
(c) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\ Documents and Settings\John P. Mackay>ipconfig/all

Windows IP Configuration

An internal error occurred: The request is not supported.

Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services for further help.

Additional information: Unable to query host name.


The only way that I can think of is to reinstall the operating system but the problem is that Microsoft will not accept to activate the program with the serial numbers for my desktop?

Will wait to hear what is next with this?

Smile,

John


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Shane,

I did download both files with one jpg and one zip but with the zip file show me nothing inside the zip file. Anyway I did try to type " ipcopnfig /? in command prompt and show me the list exactly like yours but can't install the ipconfig.exe because nothing inside the zip file. Yu will have to resend this again.

John

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OK here are the information of both files that you want to know if yours are the same as mine. Yes they are:

ipconf.tsp       TSP File        17KB
ipconfig.exe   Application    55KB

Hope that will help you to know what to do next with this.

John

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Hi Shane,

Just checked the System32 folder under Windows and see both files with ipconfig.exe and ipconfig.tsp are there. Now will wait to see what's next to repair the problem of Windows IP Configuration?

Thank you,

John

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Hello and this is my first message that I posted here. First of all I know that Microsoft Windows XP Professional is no longer supported by Microsoft for future releases of patches or problem with this operaitng system program. Anyway I need to get this part with " Windows IP Configuration " working again but have been frustrated with this part trying to repair and nothing successful yet. Here is what I see from the command prompt box after type ipconfig /all

Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1.26009
(c) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\ Documents and Settings\John P. Mackay>ipconfig/all

Windows IP Configuration

An internal error occurred: The request is not supported.

Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services for further help.

Additional information: Unable to query host name.

Now you see the message above and we know that we can't contact Microsoft now as of the date with April 9, 2014 for their help with this problem. I already tried to repair with one of Tweaking program with " Repair Windows Firewall " and doesn't help with this to solve the problem.  Any idea how to solve this problem without contact Microsoft. By the way the wireless connection is working with no problem but can't access to the internet even with Firefox or Google too.

Hope that someone here in this forum can help with this to get Windows IP Configuration working again.

Thank you,

John


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OK and now I know that Windows XP system file checker is a pain in the butt. I am not going to bother this to check System File Check. I do have the other computer with Windows 7 64X and will that work with System File Checker that don't have to ask for CD Disk to check DLL Cache.

John


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Shane,

Want to say thank you for the link to download the ISO download of Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3. I got them installed in my hard drive. Now your program with " Windows Repair " in "Step 3 Optional " to run System File Check but can't. Here is the message below:

Windows File Protection

Files are required for Windows to run properly must be copied to the DLL Cache.

Insert your Windows XP Professional CD-ROM now.


What is your program looking for with this? I got confused because I checked in the folder with " System " to see what kind of operating system do I have in my computer"?

Here is what I have mine with Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3?

Tell me which operating system should I insert to check the DLL?

Thank you,

John


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Everything Else / Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
« on: February 26, 2014, 03:56:09 PM »
I have trouble trying to find the download on the internet through Google. The ISO download that I would like to get is below:

Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3

The reason why I need this is that I ran Simple System Tweaker (Tweaking.com) with one part -- Windows File Protection? Your program ask me to insert a CD Disk to check the Windows File Protection. That's where I find trouble trying to find the right CD Disk to run.

Thank you,

John

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Tweaking.com Support & Help / Re: Notepad appear on screen every time
« on: October 27, 2011, 07:30:35 AM »
I am sorry that I did not reply to your question. Anyway I did look up at your suggestion and it's not there. I am not sure where PC Speed Up come from but believe that is a part of Lenovo ThinkVantage. I did sent an e-mail to PC Speed Up and ask them about this and am waiting to hear from them now. When I get the reply and will post it here.

Thank you,

John

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Tweaking.com Support & Help / Re: Notepad appear on screen every time
« on: October 26, 2011, 10:29:29 PM »
OK here is the information that might help you to solve with the pop up Notepad on the screen after the computer startup.

On top of the line is PC SpeedUp -- Notepad on the left corner.

also few words in Notepad as well too.

Hope that will help you so you will know how to stop the Notepad pop up after the computer boot up.

Thank you,

John

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Tweaking.com Support & Help / Notepad appear on screen every time
« on: October 26, 2011, 10:08:38 AM »
Just want you to know that is not a big problem but annoying to see the Notepad pop up every time when the computer start up. That was happened after I click to tweak " Simple Performance Boost " Is there a way to stop Notepad appear after the computer start up?? Let me know about this. Want you to know that I find a big difference with your program to boost the performance of my computer.

Thank you,

John

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