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Reinstalling Operating System(WinXP) no i-connection thereafter

I had to reinstall my operating system due to some problems and since then,my audio device isn't working and neither is my internet connection.I thought i'll install my drivers from the net but,I found that that I can't connect anymore!

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You will need to find the drivers that you need for the network adapter that you are using and download them on a different computer then put them on a USB thumb drive or a CD so that you can load them on the computer that you reinstalled on. You will also want to keep that CD or the files on the Thumb drive in case you ever have to reinstall again. After the drivers are loaded everything should work unless you have a setup that does not automatically configure the computers connecting to it in which case you will need to find out what the settings are from the person who set it up.

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