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Old 05 May 2008, 01:08   #6
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um.. So I take it I modify the WHDLoad in the C folder to use the execute startup command so that it disables the TCP/IP stack by default? how would I do that?

Sorry im still a noob


ok so you edit S/whdload.prefs what would the command be to disable tcpipstack? ExecuteStartup.... ?

Solved it ,I had a backup of my startup-sequence before I installed the TCPIP stack and net card, Im gona swap between diff start-up sequences whenever I want to use WHDLoad, if anyone else has any other ways feel free to say

cheers for help

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