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Can't add TCP/IP Printers

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hi.

When i try to add printers, throw the TCP/IP port in Win XP (Sp3), i get the following error:

" Error when loading Tcp Mb libary"
Have tried the cleanSPL option , but the same error appares.

Best regards
Christer
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1. if a third-party version of the Wsnmp32.dll, Ntprint.dll, Tcpmib.dll, Mgmtapi.dll, or Snmpapi.dll file has been copied to the %SystemRoot% folder.
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To resolve this behavior, rename or delete these files in the %SystemRoot% folder. These files are taking precedence over the Microsoft-supplied file in the %SystemRoot%\System32 folder.

The %SystemRoot% folder is normally C:\Windows.  (Or whatever drive and folder were used for your installation of WinXP.)

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by:Rob Williams
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With SP3 most network related issues can be solved by updating the network adapter drivers from the manufacturers site. There have been numerous changes to the TCP/IP stack with SP3.
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