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Mactcp control panel damaged

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Hi,

I keep getting the error when opening the MacTCP control panel.
The control panel MacTCP cannot be used now, there may not be ebough memory or the control panel may be damaged.

I am using a performa 5200 with 8mb of ram and sys 7.5.1

It has worked fine until now!
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Hi...
Sounds a bit corny and you probably already tried this...
I've had the same prob, I deleted ALL the preferences and files related to MacTCP (get the prefs, after all that is what MacTCP will read no matter if you replace macTCP with a new one). So make sure you get them all.
then reinstall....If the info is still present after this then you didnt get them all. Also get the latest vers of FreePPP 2.5 or above and use Open Transport 1.1 or above........hope I helped
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