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Ethernet adapter i am not finding the ethernet adapter driver for my v3424au.. please anyone can help me please..i cannot connect to the net

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Re: ethernet adapter

Http:// this is link for your ethernet card driver and windows xp will automatically find driver of ethernet card if its not find then just copy and in to %systemroot%\system32\drivers folder and then try to install it manualy

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SmartAX MT880 driver

The SmartAX MT880 is a Router and does not require drivers to access.

Access to the Router can be done by type the I.P address of the Router in a browser e.g Internet Explore

To find the I.P address of the Router.

From a Windows PC connected to the SmartAX MT880 via a network cable,
Click the Start Menu, Click Run (On Vista and 7 you can type run in the search bar)

From with-in Run, Type cmd, Click Ok
Once the Command prompt windows appears, type Ipconfig /all with the window.

From the list of information find the line called Default Gateway (most like under Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection) a example is provide below.

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . :
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . :
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :

In this example the I.P address of the router is

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Ethernet controller and USB are missing on XP

Yes, the device-drivers can be downloaded from the Internet, to one computer, and then burned onto a CD-writable, or written to a USB memory-stick, and then the files can be physically moved to the other computer.

But, "which" device-drivers is completely dependent on which computer that you have. Some motherboards have "integrated" network-adapters and "integrated" USB-ports.

Easiest solution is to take an add-in PCI network-adapter card, and install it, and connect the Ethernet cable to its socket.
Hopefully, Windows will recognize that card, and automatically load the correct device-drivers from the C: drive, i.e., without Internet access.
Or, if you buy an add-in card, it may come with a CD-ROM that contains the device-driver.

Once the device-drivers have been installed, you will have Internet connectivity. Access:
and click "Custom" scan, and then click "Optional Hardware".
Windows Update should find the device-drivers for your motherboard, and install them. Then, you can remove the add-in card, and connect the Ethernet cable to the "on-mother-board" network socket.

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I reinstalled Windows XP to my computer and now i cant get the internet. There is a yellow question mark and exlmation point next to Ethernet Controller and it has a code 28 error.

You should have had 2 cds that came with your computer. The 2nd one has all the drivers on it. Install the drivers and your problem will go away.

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How do i reinstall my 1394 sys driver ? not on this computor on my wife's
here you will find a 1394 net adapter ...which is a driver for ethernet adapter (Lan) if you were talking about IEEE 1394...for fire wire ...this might be different

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Will not reconize ethernet cable

Please ensure the following:

1. Make sure you use the LAN port.
2. Ensure the cable is in good condition. Try using new cable.
3. Ensure you installed proper network card driver.
4. Ensure the network card using correct link speed (100Mbps).
5. Try switching the link speed to Auto, if you're not sure.

These are the basics. If possible, try installing the latest firmware for your network card. Normally, downloadable from the manufacture's site.


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Using alternate Ethernet adapter

You should first restart computer, then go to BIOS settings and disable the onboard adapter. Then boot up windows and install drivers for the new adapter and it should work. If that doesn't help, please ask for more help here.

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Need Audio drivers for Compaq presario V3424AU

This link will give you the drivers you need. It might be best to use Device manager to install the drivers.
This should help you,

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Is the ethernet adapter on the mother board built-in? If not you need to get the drivers of that adapter. If its it, then use the mother boards cd to loacte the drivers of the ethernet adapter.

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Windows XP drivers for Compaq Presario v3424au notebook

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