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A system recovery could wipe the settings you had for your network card. Or, even remove the network card from the system all together depending on when the card was installed and what day you picked for the recovery.
Go to ctrl panel>Network connections and tell me what is shown there.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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Connect the laptop to the power adapter and close any open programs.
Click "Start" and select "All Programs."
Choose "System Recovery" and "PC Recovery." A screen with recovery options will appear.
Click the "PC Recovery" option. Click "Next." The laptop will shut down and restart. A "Welcome to PC Recovery" window will appear when the laptop restarts.
Select "System Recovery" in the System Recovery panel. The laptop will begin and complete a reformat of the laptop. All saved data and programs will be destroyed.
Click "Restart" when prompted.
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