Question about Intel Motherboard
Ethernet pci cards are very cheap, if its a desktop pc, turn it off, switch off at mains, but keep plugged in, then touch something metal to discharge yourself of any static.
Simply remove the side of your pc and unscrew the clamp that holds in the card, pull card out, push new card in gently then replace the clamp and screw.
Restart up pc and the card will be found automatically, then ask for the driver cd, run the cd, and your up and running again.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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if you already have set up the internet
the driver should be on the motherboard disc or the one supplied by your ISP internet service provider
check the password make sure its exactly how you provided to your ISP internet service provider make sure the Caps lock is on/off which ever applies to your ISP contract
check your computers settings ie: firewall also he might have a default internet setting
check the leads from the modem/router whether usb,ethernet make sure they are not bad/faulty and have secure connections and try different ports
click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to network adapters + to expand any yellow ! ? or a red x will mean that the driver is corrupt and needs to be updated
hope this helps
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