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your harddrive is still C.
It is just that booting the computer will require the use of the named drive.
But that should not affect the installing of drivers.
You machine may not be able to find your C drive,
Or you selected the I drive as the dresses to load the drivers. In that case you will have to either transfer the to your C drive, or select install when you are downloading them. instead of save.
To download the Driver you can try the website www.Driverspool.com or you can search for the driver in the google search by typing your PC model(emachine T3065 drivers) and download the ethernet driver.
You can contact the manufacture of the device to get a new cd or if you do a google search for the device using the name and model number you should be able to get the drivers that you need to download and install it ok?
best regards mike
When you first load the PC get ready to press the Pause key. As soon as you get display press the pause key. You should be able to see the Name & model number of your board. Write that down & post that information here. Or is the name "Mercury" & the model " PVCLE266"? This is listed on you're post above the statement " Lost mother board drivers"? If you are able to get into you're bios's main menu. Some bios's list the model number under system information.