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PCI Internet Adapter

I'm having a problem with my motherboard reading the internet connection. I keep trying to find new drivers for the PCI Internet Bus, but it keeps saying access denied. I haven't tried reseting the PCI/PnP bus because I want to know whether there is something else wrong that I am doing. If there is, than I have to put all my old computer components (old graphics card, old power supply, old motherboard, etc.) back into the computer, which takes some time. Is it possible that there is something in the system BIOS that I need to change?

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Re: PCI Internet Adapter

Which OS are you using?

If it is Vista, shut off the User Access Control and/or make sure you have Administrator privileges.Load the nVidia drivers and try again (Thanks, tom19511 for the link below).

or search for another OS (e.g., Win XP, etc.) nVidia drivers:

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