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Internet connection hi, i recently installed xp and cant connect to the internet through my asound ethernet card to cable set top box lan line.have re-booted didnt work.have checked network driver properties which says it is working properly but when i go into properties it doesnt have a network address is this the problem if so what address goes in there. have tried connect wizard which said contact sp [virgin] who said driver was corrupt but device manager says its working can you help please ..

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Try uninstalling the driver and software for the card and restart, upon boot up it should automatically find new device (ie the asound card) and proceed with installing the driver again. JUST IN CASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW THE MODEL NUMBER FOR THE CARD SO IF THE DRIVER IS NOT UPDATED AUTOMATICALLY YOU WE CAN FURTHER ASSIST YOU IN FINDING THE CORRECT DRIVER FOR THAT PARTICULAR CARD. after reinstalling reboot again.

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