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Go into Device Manager and Disable/remove the ethernet. Then reboot and let it detect it as a new device then put the driver in for it. Then do the same for the wireless. It should have picked it up when you reinstalled Vista but sounds like something glitched. If you have something else to get online with you might want to go to Lenovo's site under Support and download the drivers you'll be needing and have them ready to install.
downgradeing is not the best thing to do i know ive dont it
xp and vista and most other companys will not supply the drivers
your only chance is to serch the web for a driver /you should be able to get a driver compatable off the web site for your laptop
Here's the audio specs of your lenovo n200: intel high deifnition audio, realtek ALC861CD codec/stereo speakers, 1.5 watt/volume, up, down, mute button/ stereo microphone, microphone input jack (3.5mm) and heaphone jack (3.5 mm)
although your n200 has a stereo speakers the voice quality is not that good, it would be better to use an external microphone
in bios version which is you installed is vista compitable so go to bios setup there is option by which your harddisk available for you at present i am not able to tell the name of that option(forget) but i have tested it.