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How to reload TCP/IP in Windows XP

In Windows XP, TCP/IP is bound to each connection, so there are no files to reload. In order to resolve this issue, we must simply create a new connection.

To create a new connection in Windows XP, do the following:

  1. From the Windows XP desktop, Click on Start
  2. Choose Control Panel
  3. If the Control Panel window asks you to pick a task or a category, click on the link to the left labeled "Switch to Classic View". If it does not ask you to pick a task or a category, you may skip this step.
  4. Double click on Network Connections
  5. Double click on the New Connection Wizard. In some versions of XP, it may be a link to the left that says "Create a New Connection"
  6. In the New Connection Wizard, click on Next
  7. Choose "Connect to the Internet" and then click Next
  8. Choose "Setup My Internet Connection Manually" and then click Next.
  9. Choose "Connect Using a Dial Up Modem" and then click Next.
  10. Type the name Lanset in the ISP Name box. Click on Next.
  11. Type your local Phone number in the Phone Number box, then click on Next. If you are not sure what your local phone number is, click HERE.
  12. Type your Username in the username field.
  13. Type your Password in the Password and Confirm Password fields. Leave the three boxes on this page alone. Click on Next.
  14. In this final screen, there is a box that says, "Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop." Make sure that box is checked, then click on finish.
  15. If everything is done right, then the username and password field will be displayed.

You have successfully created a new connection under Windows XP. You may now delete your old connection.