Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
I have a T2642 desktop (Win XP) with wireless Broadband. I added a home network with a Linksys router. Two laptops are connected wirelessly. Suddenly the Linksys files disappeared and the T2642 no longer recognized it had an Ethernet port (not listed in Device Manager but driver still found in LAN folder). The port still lights up when the cable is plugged in. I downloaded the driver and overwrote in the LAN folder but no change. I tried the repair function in the driver software but it instructs to restart computer and install PCI card. I tried to install another port in an open PCI slot but it froze the computer (nothing on the monitor). I think there may be a compatibility problem there. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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