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Uninstalled my network adapter by accident

I was having a problem with my computer after i updated my Nvidia graphics card. I tried to unistall my update, but i accidently unistalled a little too much. Now my computer says I need a network device. I went to the emachines website and entered my infromation and I was confused on which driver it was. There was not a driver labeled ''network adapter'' so i am not sure which one to DL. I pretty much deleted all drivers except display.

I have an Emachine T6536

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If you can go online, your network device is installed properly, or at least good enough.

NVIDIA drivers have an uninstall option, they never need to be deleted manually. If you need to install older drivers that may work better for an older game, the installation automatically removes your current drivers that are installed.

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