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When I play Quake 3, I like ahving the best ping, So I like disabling all the components in Start/Connect to/All connections/Right click on my LAN connection/ unchecking all exept TCP/IP.

Now If I accenedtly have a component highlighted and tick Uninstall and i uninstall it, Is there anyway to get it back BESIDES System restore? I know theres an Install opiton, But do I need a disk? Because I dont have a drivers disk.

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(NT) What component?

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TCP/IP

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TCP/IP

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Restore The Component At The Same Location

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For example, if you're using Windows XP: Open the Control Panel/Network Connections/RIGHT click on "Local Area Connection", choose "Properties", and in the "General" tab, choose the "Install" button. When the next windows loads, highlight the "Protocol" listing, then click on the "Add" button. Choose the "TCP/IP" listing, then follow the prompts to continue the installation.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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