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Internet connection issues after deleting Mac Miniport Network Bridge

By jball101
Sep 14, 2010
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  1. After deleting the Mac Miniport my comuter is unable to connect to the internet. Whenever i turn the laptop back on i get a screen saying that msauditei.dll is missing from APPDATA\Roming, i dont know if is related. I went into manage network connections and the wirless and lan symbols still say that they are bridged although the miniport is gone. I checked in device manager and it is not their either. What do i do?
    Help greatly Appreciated
    Jordy101
     
  2. EDO219

    EDO219 TS Rookie Posts: 298

    Performing a system restore to an earlier date should do the trick.

    Out of curiosity, why did you delete that? o_o
     
  3. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,474   +329

    Roaming is the profile type; you should be able to use the non-roaming as an alternative
    ... but I don't recall its name or how to tell the system to 'stop roaming'
     
  4. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,474   +329

  5. jball101

    jball101 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    PYGMUS thanks for the promt reply,
    i have already attempted system restore and it says that it cannot do it because something is corrupted. It then suggests a scan to fix the issues and that is then imposible as it says that the hard drive is in use. And in regards to why i deleted the it is that i was running my xbox through my laptop, i used the bridge as ICS kept giving an error and would not eniciate. I later deleted the bridge as i did not need it any more, I am really regreting it now as i am still unable to get the internet.

    Any other suggestions would be helpful.

    and

    thank you jobeard,
    new information, when i booted up my laptop today, it no longer said the file is missing just access denied, is their a solution?
     
  6. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,474   +329

    google for Take Ownership which will give you full access.
    while you're doing that, you can add your login and set Full Control for future access
     


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