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I have problem with the connection of our internet in the computer we have reformatted... the connection is ok...at the back its blinking the green and orange color... but it appears to have page cannot be displayed...when i check it there is a large question mark with an exclamation stating about this devices: Other PCI Bridge PCI Device SM Bus Controller Video Controller (VGA Compatible)

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  • fehknt May 11, 2010

    Sounds like you need drivers installed. What model computer is it?

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Yup, need to install the drivers. They should all be on you MB install disk. If not, you'll have to get on to a computer that can access the internet and download the drivers. Just google the name and model number of your mainboard plus 'xp driver download', or whatever.

eg: "asus a564-c mainboard xp driver download"


Just as a note, if your LAN is working correctly you should not see an orange light.

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