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I have a compaq nx9010 and in the device manager there is a yellow ? next to Network adapter and a couple of other things. I have a wireless router and it worked for a different laptop, but I can't seem to get connected to the internet. It won't let me rollback drivers, update drivers or anything.

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The yellow question mark indicates a problem of some type associated with that device. In your case, I'm going to make the wild assumption that you need to install the drivers for the device to work as it came from a different laptop. If you have the original CD that came with it, install from there. If not, go to the manufacturer's site and download from there (using a different pc that does connect to the web). Reboot if necessary and you should be good to go. I'm also assuming the device still is functional- verify that by putting it back into the laptop it originally came from.

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