Network card problem: Unable to initialize Windows Sockets interface

Yesterday, I had a problem with a computer in my company, which could not surf the Internet and could be Shared on Windows. Using the Ping gateway in the command window and both showed the same results
Unable to initialize Windows Sockets interface, error code 0.
Other network Settings are normal, and there are unusually long waits in the “network connection” area when you log in to Windows.
search on the Internet to know that this is a configuration or other software caused by the improper use of Windows system file is destroyed, download winsockfix.exe run to solve the problem
The above method cannot be used for Win2003. Later, I found a method on the Microsoft website. However, this method is manual repair, which I have not tested:
1. Backup and delete winsock. DLL Wsock. DLL under % Winroot % System32
2. Backup, delete the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/Winsock2
3. Delete the TCP/IP protocol and then uninstall the network card
4. Reinstall the network card and TCP/IP protocol.
Microsoft has a solution for

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