Ping error 10043

User has a corrupted IP stack which causes the error 10043 when pining another machine. I have tried the solutions suggested here and they do not work. Any othger ideas? I do not want to have to Reinstal Windows 95
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dmwebbAuthor Commented:
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AnthemCommented:
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AnthemCommented:
You may also want to try downloading this to see if this helps:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/downloads/dp2887.asp
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EJET97Commented:
Have you tried to deinstall the TCP/IP protocol and than look in the registry and remove everything that has anything to do with TCP/IP after that reboot and reinstall TCP/IP again.
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dmwebbAuthor Commented:
I did as you suggested but this hasn't cured the problem
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celticsCommented:
Here is a support article from Microsoft that may help :
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q140/9/03.asp?LNG=ENG&SA=ALLKB
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bloodsmithCommented:
Uninstall network card
reboot machine
cancell a reinstall on the reboot
shutdown
then reinstall
Good luck
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karim1Commented:
Hi,
I had the exact same problem a few weeks ago and I spent hours fixing the problem:
re-installing netcard
re-installing protocols
getting new drivers
but the only thing that work, was upgrading from to a higher version of windows, and the problem was solved. Unless you get another idea on how to fix it, I suggest to upgrade windows. You will save a lot of time.


Hope this information is useful to you
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