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windows networking eror message

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While booting my home computer Hp Pavilion 7050, I receive an error message - "Windows Networking" the following error occurred while loading device VNETSUP error 6107: coould not set up instance.
This is a home computer which is not connected to a network. WhenI click ok it brings me to a screen that tells me to restore the registry. When I click yes, nothing happens and I can't get to any files or programs.
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Im,
note the ms website that refers to your problem.

hope it helps.

Glenn

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q145/8/36.asp
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thanks for the quick response and th link to the website
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