TCP/IP Transport is not Installed

I have a pc (Windows XP/SP2) where suddenly, after starting it up, a message says "TCP/IP Transport is not Installed". If I go to network connections I can see no network connection. If I go to Device manager / Ethernet Adapters everything is Yello....

what to do?
stevthymAsked:
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stevthymConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Well I cannot even see the LAN connection icon!!! Also, whenever I try to re-install Network Card Drivers the relevant icons (in Device Manager) are in Yellow!

I have tried everything I know and all suggestions found on the web. I am close to format my PC ..
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tobytronixCommented:
Install the correct drivers for your network card, then reboot this PC.
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stevthymAuthor Commented:
Hi, Measures taken:

1. I have removed Symantec Endpoint Protection AntiVirus from this pc.
2. I have tried using some appls for solving socket errors.
3. I have tried to reset TCP/IP via Cmd.

What happens now is that computer starts up without TCP/IP message but no Internet Connection is available. No LAN is shown into Network Connections. I have also re-installed Driver for Network Card..

Please advice.
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stranger9002Commented:
In your network card settings do you have the TCP/IP enabled. Like here http://sqlblog.com/blogs/john_paul_cook/WindowsLiveWriter/UsingWirelesswithHyperV_FB4D/ras4_thumb.jpg

Source: google,
the IPv6 is not yet necessary

If not enable it.
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tobytronixCommented:
It means you do not have the correct drivers for that LAN Crad which works for your OS. Please, with the card manufacturers that you have the correct software CD which works with that OS. Also, you check on the HCL by Microsoft.
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