can't join windows XP to the domain

I am having a strange problem to join a windows xp pro to the domain. I have tried to reinstall the microsoft client services, reinstall the NIC driver. Still it refused to let me join the domain. I can't reinstall the OS because it has an important program on it. Any suggestion is deeply appreciated.
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cuongd0Asked:
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William FulksSystems Analyst & WebmasterCommented:
If you have a WinXP disc, you could try booting from it and doing a repair install. Sounds like something is corrupted. You might also want to check for rootkits and viruses.
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GeodashCommented:
What kind of domain is it...Server 2003, 2008, NT...etc.?
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GeodashCommented:
try this command from XP then try again - it resets the TCP/IP stack

netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
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cuongd0Author Commented:
Geodask, I even removed and reinstaledl TPC/IP stack. No effects. It is a windows 2003 domain.
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GeodashCommented:
How did you uninstall TCP/IP? If you mean unchecking it, that doesn't uninstall it.

I would still try the command I listed above.
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GeodashCommented:
So the TCP/IP reset work?
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