Solved How to replace my tcp/ip stack

January 29, 2016 at 08:03:57
Specs: Windows 10, 8 gig
Where is that located? What does it look like


What does this do, and where is it located? What does it look like
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#1
January 29, 2016 at 08:12:27
It is not a physical thing that you can see, it is networking software:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inter...

Maybe this is what you are looking for:
http://www.velocitymicro.com/Suppor...

Best give us details about what problem you are having and we can go from there.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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#2
January 29, 2016 at 08:15:49
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This is obviously a homework question. So here is my take....

Question 1: What does this do?
Answer 1: Study the concept first.

Question 2: What does it look like?
Answer 2: THIS is what tcp/ip stack looks like schematically.

Question 3: where is it located?
Answer 3: See Answer 1.

Just having fun doing it for you.

EDIT: I think old age is catching up with me today. Derek beat me to it!

i_Xp/Vista/W7/W10 User

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#3
January 29, 2016 at 15:16:51
I didn't even bother... far too complicated... especially when I viewed the answer in detail...

I'm still trying to get my crystal set to work... And don't mention transistors.. I never did understand those; valves/tubes yes...

Goes off to make a hot choccky with brandy flavouring...


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#4
January 29, 2016 at 15:42:02
Replace TCP/IP with what??
IP is an internet protocol.
TCP is an application of IP

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#5
January 30, 2016 at 04:44:45
You can't replace it, but you can reset it. The following link shows how in XP:

http://www.chasms.com/chasms1/howdo...

for Windows 7 and up:

https://iihelp.iinet.net.au/Resetti...

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How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.

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#6
January 30, 2016 at 12:00:07
Ah yes, homework, I think I know what that amounts to these days. You just copy/paste whatever appears on some website (which doesn't fool anybody) then hope that, having learned nothing at all, the same facility will be available for the final exam.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#7
February 9, 2016 at 20:12:06
Thanx guys for your assistance. I have been having an additional problem that my local techs can not duplicate in the shop. While viewing a site or worse creating a message, my magnification will jump all over the place. Going from 30% up to 300%. As frequently as every few seconds. Taking the pleasure out of using my laptop. I believe I have poltergeist.
Jack

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#8
February 9, 2016 at 20:28:08
I believe you have a hardware malfunction or a driver issue.

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#9
February 10, 2016 at 05:54:37
My laptop was still under it's original warranty/additional store tech support warentee, and their techs found nothing. I have run a program that identifies any outdated or missing drivers. I updated all that were suggested. Any advice?
Jack

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#10
February 10, 2016 at 06:57:20
How long has this been happening? Any restore points set/available prior to that date?

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#11
February 10, 2016 at 11:32:45
This has been going on since almost it's purchase. Since then it has had it"s original hard drive removed, for safe keeping, so it could be returned to Toshiba, for a defective key board, then the original hard drive was reinstalled. Everyone has tried addressing this issue to no satisfaction. I have run a driver detection program, and came up with nothing. I was told Windows 10 had to be installed in my temporary hard drive. It did not however update my original hard drive. I have subsequently upgraded to a new gmail account (Very bizarre) and installed Windows 10. I am not PC literate enough to even ask the correct questions. I have purchased a new tablet, and am afraid to turn it on.
Jack

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#12
February 10, 2016 at 12:27:13
Re #7

As you have done so much to sort this already I don't feel confident it will help. However, just in case here is a rather convoluted way to kill off magnifier altogether:
http://www.isunshare.com/windows-10...

There are likely to be simpler ways forward in Google.

I do accept that once you start magnifier and speech it can be a bit fiddling to kill them off. I usually resort to ending task in Task Manager.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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#13
February 10, 2016 at 12:28:29
If the laptop is "still" under warranty...You have every right to request a replacement - as the one you have is "unfit for the purpose for which it was bought/sold". That is the situation in the UK and even Europe; and I suspect it's somewhat similar in Canada/USA?

Any replacement should be preceded by safeguarding all "your"personal files etc; and either you do this boy copying them to DVD at least (an external hard drive is even nice(r). Or the vendor tech support does it for you. Either way "all" your personal files "must" and should be protected prior to any replacement laptop.


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