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How to find my network driver
The driver you need depends on the chipset used. What brand of computer do you have, or is it home-built? For name-brand computers you can normally get the drivers you need from the manufacturer's website. If it's home-built, the drivers can be downloaded from the motherboard maker's site if the network adapter is integrated into the board. If you are using an expansion network card, you can look on the card for manufacturer and model number and get the drivers from their site. Or you can search for generic drivers based on the chip number.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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