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I have a PC with Windows XP, that I can't connect to the Ethernet, I look to Device Manager and I got an interrogation yellow mark of <2 Wire USB Remote NDIS Ethernet>, What it does mind?

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Download and install the driver for it here:

http://www.2wire.com/pages/drvrs/twusb1405.exe


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