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You will find the driver for your machine on this page - http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Network+Connectivity&ProductLine=Intel%c2%ae+Desktop+Adapters&ProductProduct=Intel%c2%ae+PRO%2f100+VE+Network+Connection
If the ethernet controller is part of the Optiplex GX60 (it came with the system when purchased), then go to the following website and enter the make/model of your desktop and select the corresponding Network driver from the list.
If the ethernet card was purchased separately (from a 3rd-party) then you will need to provide the make/model of that card to better provide support.
Verify if the driver is installed properly for the ethernet card using the device manager. If the device is not shown in the devoce manager, make sure the wiring for the card is done properly and there is no loose connection. If the problem continues, try replacing the ethernet card. If that too fails, there is some problem with your computer mother board
Hoe this helps. Feel free to reply if you have any doubts.
What kind of computer do you have?
The trick here is first to get the computer on the internet by finding out what kind of network card is installed on a internet connected computer do one of the following
1> If its a dell go to
http://www.dell.com/support and click on download drivers enter your service tag number Download the network driver to a flash drive and install
Connect to the internet and repeat the above process to install the other drivers.
Most manufacture websites will have a download page for the drivers but you can also google the make model and operating system drivers for example google acer aspire 1000 xp network driver.
if you post your make model and operating system I can help you better.
For the D620, you would go to the following website. You'll need to select the operating system that you're running, and then go to the "Network" section of drivers and download the drivers there. There may be several different drivers since the D620 came with several different network adapters - It's most likely the Broadcom - Driver 57xx Gigabit Integrated Ethernet Controller.
For that first uninstall driver for ethernet controoler and audio driver from add remove program. Also uninstall both from device manager. Right click on my computer then click on property then hardware ->device manager then uninstall both from that list. Then download driver from below link. Click here
Click on above link and select yourt operating system and download audio and ethernet driver then install. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
Well what we can do is that we can use any other system and download the driver from it and copy it on to a USB PEN DRIVE and then connect that USB PEN DRIVE onto your system and then install them and everything would be done...
Here's the link for the NETWORK DRIVERS..
1st OPTION (IF YOUR SYSTEM HAS 3Com 3C905C-TXM Ethernet Adaptor then use the link below)
IF U R CONFUSED IN WHICH NETWORK DRIVER DO DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL THEN
JUST CONTACT DELL TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND ASK THEM WHICH NETWORK DRIVER
TO INSTALL, EVEN IF YOUR SYSTEM IS OUT OF WARRANTY THEY CANT DENY YOU
TO TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM SPECIFICATION..
THERE IS ONE MORE WAY YOU CAN ENTER THE SERVICE TAG OF YOUR DELL SYSTEM IN THE LINK BELOW AND THEN VERIFY ABOUT ALL THE HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION AND WHICH DRIVER TO INSTALL ON ANY OTHER SYSTEM
If your computer is from dell all support services are complete . omniplex gx60 is not found. only the optiplex gx60. try find your service tag then input it here. http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen this is the exact way of finding driver. Optiplex gx60 is there u can select the model option.