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Protocol "the specified path does not contain any applicable device INFs"

Posted on 2003-03-27
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This error message was displayed when ever i try to add another Protocol... any body know how to fix it so i can install a new protocol on to my XP home edition system?
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by:Goliath_
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Wich protocol do you want to add?
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by:Spiritdreams
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I wanted to add IPX, but the problem is that i can't add any, the error message comes up whenever i just press the add button.
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EuricoJR earned 200 total points
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You most have NETWORK AND DIAL-UP CONNECTIONS installed so that you can add protocols or services.
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