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'lost' etherent driver

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had to do a system restore from hard disc due to start up problem - which appeared to go ok - but now am unable to access the internet - which seems to be due to the fact that there are now no ethernet driver as indicated by big yellow question marks on device manager. Can't find any drivers for this machine on Emachines website. Any ideas of how to overcome this?

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    Jeff Strader May 11, 2010

    please indicate the model number of the computer as well as what it detects as the network card . you may have to uninstall the drivers ( marked with big yallow question marks) and restart your system before it will detect the network card again and ask for the driver to be installed.

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The ethernet drivers are present in your motherboard cd thats bundled with your pc or ask the vendor to provide it

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