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How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

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Hello,
Some days ago I found a Rovnix virus in a computer (XP proffesional sp3) , finally I removed it, but now I can not connect to internet.

I have tried to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) in different ways (removed the protocol and add it again; with netsh command....).

On another hand, when I write "ipconfig /all" (in Windows Command Prompt) I get the following message:
Internal Error: The system can not find the specified file

If I try to use the Repair option in Local Area Connection I get this message:
Windows can not finish the repair process because the the followin g action can not finish:
    The connection TCP/IP configuration can not be consulted.
     The process can not continue.


Any idea bout this?
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Check this from Microsoft

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810606
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Right, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810606 should help you, in addition I would do a "sfc /scannow" to fix missing systemfiles.
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I have to go to the client to try, them I'll tell you.

Thanks
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