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How to remove Client Services for Netware

By subzer0
Mar 17, 2006
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  1. bert913

    bert913 TS Rookie Posts: 33

    Hi pajmme,
    Thanks for the info. but I believe it was hazw that was looking for help. I received help back in June 09 and no longer have the “Client Services for Netware” problem.
    I think if you scroll up you will find your post, above that, my post and above that, the one from hazw that I replied to.
    Bert
  2. UDAYCAMPUS

    UDAYCAMPUS TS Rookie

    To remove client services for networking[[[[the best and easiest way]]]]

    hey dude i knw ur prblm as i was also facing wthb a simmilar situation a few years ago........................the step wise way is:
    1>go to control pannel
    2>go to network and internet connections
    3>go to network connections
    4>in the new window go under the LAN OR HIGH SPEED INTERNET CONNECTION SUBTITLE
    5>right click on the numbered icon[eg-1392 connection or smomething]
    6>click on properties
    7>under the new window select "client services for networking"optionunder generals tab
    8>below u will see an option know as uninstall
    9>after uninstalling ur computer will be restarted
    10>done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    11>don't forget to thank me
  3. bert913

    bert913 TS Rookie Posts: 33

    Hello UDAYCAMPUS

    Thanks for your effort to help, but . . . . . .
    I had this “Client Services for Netware” problem back in June 2009. I barely remember.
    I received a lot of help here at TechSpot but the one that worked was:
    I was told to open “Control Panel” then open “Add or Remove Programs”. Scroll the list of programs and remove anything that began with NW.
    I haven’t had the “Client Services for Netware” problem since.
  4. bigshipsailing

    bigshipsailing TS Rookie

    I created an account just to thank u Peddant i did exactly what u said and it worked
  5. crazy4a7xchick

    crazy4a7xchick TS Rookie

    I need help uninstalling Client Service for Netware

    Ok i tried going to the control panel and then selecting Network Connections like everyone has said to do. But there is no connections listed for me to select there. So my question is now how do i uninstall client service for netware, if i don't even have a connection showing to change the option on? I have windows xp pro. on my computer, and it will only let me use the administrator to long on to the windows desktop. Is there anyone out there that can help me out please?? I would really like to be able to fix this issue and go back to the way i use to be able to logon to my windows desktop setting. And just let me say thank you to whoever might be able to help me out in advance.
  6. bert913

    bert913 TS Rookie Posts: 33

    “Client Services for Netware” problem

    I had this “Client Services for Netware” problem back in June 2009. I barely remember.
    I received a lot of help here at TechSpot but the one that worked was:
    I was told to open “Control Panel” then open “Add or Remove Programs”. Scroll the list of programs and remove anything that began with NW.
    I haven’t had the “Client Services for Netware” problem since.
  7. coverturtle

    coverturtle TS Rookie

    Reinstall then uninstall

    Most likely the install of the Client Services for Netware is broken.
    In the connection properties,
    click "Install" button,
    select the Netware client and
    click "Add"
    and so on, then reboot.

    After rebooting,
    You should be able to see the Netware client in the connection properties.
    If so, follow the uninstall
    instructions given first on page one
    or any uninstall instructions you feel comfortable with.

    This worked nicely with me.
  8. bert913

    bert913 TS Rookie Posts: 33

    Thanks for trying to help.
    I had this “Client Services for Netware” problem back in June 2009. I barely remember.
    I received a lot of help here at TechSpot but the one that worked was:
    I was told to open “Control Panel” then open “Add or Remove Programs”. Scroll the list of programs and remove anything that began with NW.
    I haven’t had the “Client Services for Netware” problem since.
  9. coverturtle

    coverturtle TS Rookie

    funny

    The Client Services for Netware did not show up in my Add and Remove Programs, neither for the default listing nor for the Windows software. It also did not show up as a client in the network connection properties. It did show up in the Services listing for the administrator's computer management console. Disabling the Client Services for Netware did not fix the problem of not being able to use the switch user menu. Only after I reinstalled the services did the said client show up in the network connection properties. The NWBios service also showed up the the network connection properites menu. After I uninstalled the said client in the network connection properties menu, NWBios also disappeared and I was again able to use the login user menu after booting and the switch user dialog again presented itself.

    What I failed to realize was that coolcris102 had outlined the same procedure. My bad.

    The key phrase that brought me to this forum is the error message I got when attempting to fix the no-switch-user problem by going to the users control panel.

    It's easy to turn off the Client Services for Netware if it is already running correctly, but not so easy to fix the problem if you think the service is not running because it does not show up in the network connection properties and you've disabled the service in the services console..
  10. bert913

    bert913 TS Rookie Posts: 33

    Client Services for Metware

    That’s all very interesting and I hope it’s helpful to someone, but I don’t have a clue what you are talking about. I’m not very knowledgeable about computers.
    I only know, what I was told to do worked for me. I haven’t been bothered with Client Services for Netware in more than two years.
  11. juxtapose03

    juxtapose03 TS Rookie

    Zzzzz.......

    You know what guys! I have followed every pieces of advice and instructions in previous posts..i already had this junk uninstalled and removed but it's still disabling my user accounts view..please someone help thanks
     
  12. spaceb

    spaceb TS Rookie

    perfect!

    the solution below was perfect - if you don't see "Client Services for Netware" in the list under "local area connection" properties, click "install" to install it, reboot, then uninstall it, reboot, and you'll be able to turn the welcome screen, etc. on again

  13. tarabear116

    tarabear116 TS Rookie

    thank ypu sooooo much

    thank you all for the awsome instructions i have done this and am good to go yay
  14. timmyh13

    timmyh13 TS Rookie

    I just want to thank everyone for the information on how to remove Client services for netware, as it was causing me all sorts of headaches....
  15. ah beng

    ah beng TS Rookie

    I tried coolcris102 solution but the problem is still not solved.everything went off smoothly until the last part when I cannot find GinaDLL key from right pane
  16. Ruffa Calicdan

    Ruffa Calicdan TS Rookie

    Client Service for NetWare = CSNW
  17. ipodlover3354

    ipodlover3354 TS Rookie

    I got an answer to this WHOLE topic by a simple photo.

    Fixed it by clicking a button! YAY!

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