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Ethernet Driver The situation I need to fix is, every time a computer boots IE the computer reboots. I am trying to update the Ethernet drivers for a Toshiba SatelliteP35-S611, and I happened to find a bundle today to do it. However,every site I try doesn't give me the option to download. The driver Ineed is the driver9552.zip. Can somebody point me to a good site forthis? I've already tried filedrivers.com and it's ****. Is there another thing this can be?

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Once in there you'll want to select "Driver", then hit the "Roll Back Driver" button...

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Reboot and you should be all better.

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use driver updating software ie driver magician. it scans ur outdated drivers and automatically downloads drivers that r compatible for your computer.............

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