Restore deleted file; connects to web Tags: Internet Computers Windows XP Last response: April 16, 2012 12:16 AM in Windows XP Share humblejohn38 April 13, 2012 3:54:28 AM accidently deleted file that connects xp to internet. Is there any way I can retrieve this file. Is there another file that would connect my computer to the internet. I just got this computer refurbished and I didn't bother to establish a restore point. I am on a 2 computer network. I am not good at DOS or anything too complicated. Thanks in advance. More about : restore deleted file connects web ksiemb April 13, 2012 2:42:22 PM humblejohn38 said: accidently deleted file that connects xp to internet. Is there any way I can retrieve this file. Is there another file that would connect my computer to the internet. I just got this computer refurbished and I didn't bother to establish a restore point. I am on a 2 computer network. I am not good at DOS or anything too complicated. Thanks in advance. What did you delete ? - Look in recycle bin and restore, if it is there. Windows takes a restore point on startup. Look for one. hang-the-9 April 15, 2012 12:17:24 AM Files don't connect you to the internet, it's a combination of things, you are maybe talking about the drivers for the network card? Related resources restore a deleted file - Forum Can I restore a file which was deleted over a remote conne.. - Forum Restore data from deleted HD partition - Forum Hey Toejam I got a file that I can't delete - Forum How to restore the deleted administrator user accounts - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer humblejohn38 April 15, 2012 3:40:25 AM When I removed the file I could no longer get the internet. I never heard the name of the file before which is why I deleted it. I thought it might be something harmful. Guess I was wrong. If it is drivers can I replace them? hang-the-9 April 16, 2012 12:16:19 AM Yes, just download the driver from the vendor's support site. There will be thousands of files you have not heard of, and many of them will do bad things to your PC if you delete them. If you want to check for viruses, run malwarebytes, it's a pretty good program. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAccidently deleted boot.ini. file ForumHelp system restore deleted files ForumFiles that has been deleted want back from my android phone ForumI deleted the raid driver now win xp wont boot ForumEFS Key Restoration from backup file ForumRecover deleted pictures from computer after restore ForumRetrieving deleted files for free from motorola android sd card ForumI deleted my admin account in Windows 7 ForumMonitor flickers on video file deletion ForumAccidentally deleted file ForumDeleted my *.lnk file from my registry ForumHow to restore a folder when deleted from Recycle Bin?? ForumWindows 7 Backup/ Restore - Copying Images Observations ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumThis file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !