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Okay. I am facing one of the strangest and frustrating computer problems I have ever faced out of my whole computer experience.
On my music recording computer, which has 2 GB of RAM and Windows XP Professional, I decided to install Pro Tools LE to test out the software. It is on the network path, so I installed the software from a network location.
Now, it asked me to install certain drivers, so I clicked continue anyway during the installation process and after doing that, my network suddenly siezed working. As a result, the whole Pro Tools installation crashed and I had to restart the computer.
After rebooting, it logged on okay, but then the network card didn't aquire an IP Address. So I was thinking, Pro Tools messed up some drivers, so I decided to do a system restore to the time before I installed Pro Tools.
After doing that, it logged in perfectly, but then my network card didn't aquire an IP address! What The F**k!
I tried looking at all the settings, they are all okay, I tried repairing the connection, it freezes, so I set a static IP, it set one, but cannot access any resources, this is really frustrating and I wish I copied the software on the hard drive if I KNEW this was going to happen.
Does anyone know how to fix this? I tried looking at the services and everything was fine. This is really weird and strange that this bug has to come up on me.