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Windows can't see router after uninstalling Norton

Postby guest » Mon Jul 21, 2008 7:59 am

Thank you for eh tip.

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>I had the same issue after uninstalling Norton. I tried the netsh command,
> but that didn't work. However, the Norton uninstall tool referenced above
> did work in case any one else runs into the same issue.
>
> "Jason" wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the help. I went into the registry and removed the association
>> between SYMTDI and DependOnService... it released the network adapters and
>> all is well.
>>
>> "GTS" wrote:
>>
>> > Running the following in a command prompt would likely have fixed the post
>> > Norton removal problem.
>> > netsh winsock reset

>> > --

>> > >I am running windows Vista 32 bit, and everything was working great until I
>> > > uninstalled Norton 360. Following uninstall, my DVD drive no longer
>> > > worked
>> > > (I corrected that issue) and my network no longer works. I am wired into
>> > > a
>> > > router, and also wireless on the same computer. Bother worked well, until
>> > > the uninstall. Now, I can't even see the router, even though I'm wired to
>> > > it. The wireless connection successfully connects to the router (or so it
>> > > seems), but also cannot see the router.
>> > > I suspect there is a registry error (or key corruption), but cannot find
>> > > which keys are corrupt.
>> > > Has anyone ever had this problem? Again, I corrected the DVD issue, but
>> > > cannot identify the network issue.
>> >
>> >
>> >
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