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No connection to the network

When i try to connect to the internet it doesn't connect, and when i diagnose the connection problem it says that there might be a problem with one or more network adapters on the computer. Is there a way to check the network adapters on the computer? i have needed network adapter toshiba tecra 8200

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  • Bill Speer
    Bill Speer May 11, 2010

    Right click My Computer, choose Properties then the Hardware tab. You'll see Device Manager in that windw. Click Device Manager and under Network Adapters you'll see your NIC displayed. Does it show any yellow exclamation point or question mark?

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Toshiba Tercra 8200 have a buildin network connection, and a buildin wirless. You don't need additional hardware, just connect the cable from the modem to the 8 pin port in the rear for wired, and if you want ot use the wireless then please post your queation back on the thread.

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