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When it did work before under Windows 7, there should not be a problem with any driver.
Put the Windows disk in the DVD player and start the disk. Say you want to install Windows, Then the computer gives you some options, choose the repair Windows option. Don't do the new installation, because you would lose all data.
Now it is the network, next time your Hard Disk. Did you make a backup already?
I would advice to make a backup, before you try to solve this problem.
The same model ThinkPadcan have different types of network, video and audio drivers and unless youknow exactly which one is installed in your ThinkPad, you need to download allthe drivers and install each driver until you find the right driver.
When you download thedrivers, write down the device driver and it's file name so you have a recordof which driver you are installing and which directory the unzipped files arelocated on your hard drive.
Go to the IBM/Lenovo WEBsite - support/download page and download the latest Windows device drivers foryour model computer, Use this link: -
You can download thevarious drivers and then you click on and run the various driver files, theywill then unzip and expand into a sub folder on C:\drivers Then install thevarious drivers from this folder (run the set-up file).
Since the post was quite vague, I can only give general advice. The first thing that comes to mind is that you need to install your ethernet controller's driver, your modem driver, or your wireless adapter's driver, depending on which you are using to connect to the interent.
Yes, you need to install the drivers for your network adapter inside your computer. Check your device manager to see if the network adapter is missing the drivers. If it is, you'll have to download the drivers from another computer through the Internet at the manufacturers website. Use a USB flash drive to download the file and then transfer it to the computer with the missing driver. Then install it.
Right-click on the Wi-fi icon in the bottom right corner of your computer display and select "Troubleshoot problems". Wait while the Windows Network Troubleshooter tries to identify and fix the problem.
It might be that your windows might be corrupt or try inserting the adapter on a different PCI port on the motherboard and reinstall the drivers for the Network Wireless Adapter Card. And see what happens. If you are still experiencing the same problem, my very best advise should be to take you computer to a computer shop where they can both physically as well as test the operating systems for any errors.
Introduction ============ This document describes the procedure to install driver for the 2Wire Wireless USB Adapter under Microsoft Windows, and to run a wireless configuration program to configure your 2Wire Wireless USB Adapter to work with a 2Wire HomePortal or OfficePortal wireless gateway. These drivers work under Microsoft Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, and XP.
STEP 1 - Driver Installation ============================
1. Make sure your 2Wire Wireless USB Adapter has not been connected to your computer USB port.
2. Double-click on the file to run WinZip Self-Extractor. The driver installation files will be placed in your hard disk in the C:\TWWUSB_TEMP directory
3. Connect your 2Wire Wireless USB Adapter to an available USB port in your computer. Windows Found New Hardware Wizard will startup.
4. Select the option to search for driver in specific location. Specify C:\TWWGUSB_TEMP as the location of driver.
5. Follow on-screen instruction to finish driver installation.
STEP 2 - Wireless Configuration ===============================
1. Run the program WirelessCfg.exe in the directory C:\TWWGUSB_TEMP. You can do so by clicking on the Windows Start button and select Run. The Windows Start button is typically at the lower left corner of the screen. Type in C:\TWWGUSB_TEMP\WirelessCfg.exe to launch the program.
2. Follow on-screen instruction to configure your wireless setting. Enter the serial number and encryption key as they are printed on the bottom of your 2Wire wireless gateway.