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The onboard ehterner does not work after a fresh install of windows XP Pro

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Right click on my computer icon select properties. Click on hardware tab & choose device mgr. Go down to network adapters &click on + sign to expand. There should be yellow ? or ! beside it right click & choose update driver be sure & select look on web. If it does not find a driver automatically do a google search for drivers for (your network adapter name). Also I have used a free program called radarsync www.radarsync.com that will find drivers automatically

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