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Hi Joeker
The spyware tcpip was in the same directory and just had a different file extention tcpip.sys.flg in my case - maybe do a search for anything called tcpip.
If you delete the proper windows version it should automatically re-create it straight away with the archived windows version, or you could try re-installing the latest service pack.
Anyway keep an eye on the date of tcpip.sys - if it is a unique date to the rest of the components in the system32/drivers you've probably got a spyware version.
 
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