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I used Everest Ultimate to scan the system...
And discovered that the system had Intel PRO 100 VE based LAN settings/parts...I dunno? :lol:
I went to downloads.intel site and literally grabbed the full drivers pack for that setup, for my XP Media system.
TA-DAAA!!!! Ethernet is back and all is sweet.
(Hope this helps anyone else!)
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
The ethernet controller is a hardware device either as part of the motherboard -where you will have an RJ45 connector visible to you at the outside of the case -or as a Network Interface Card (NIC) which would be installed as a PCI card which has it's own RJ45 connector.
If yours is a driver problem you will need to specify which brand/model computer or NIC you have for a link to that manufacturer to download drivers from that site. If you encounter problems or have more specific information please post again here. Steve Medley
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