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Ethernet controller driver

I have a pcmcia wireless network adapter when i opened up my device manager it said i needed a ethernet controller but it said it could not find the driver?

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I have a problem with LAN iam unable to connect to another computer Not showing Ethernet Controller in Hardware divices

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What is the model number and brand of your PCMCIA Card ?

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Ethernet controller error in device manager tp-link wn353g

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  2. In Device Manager, locate the device under Network adapters, and then double-click the device name.

  3. Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver.

  4. In the Update Driver Software wizard, click Browse my computer for driver software.

  5. Click the Browse button and go to the location on your computer where you saved the new driver files.

  6. Click OK, and then click Next to install the driver.

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I assume your PC does not have a network adapter - most do heres a link to the R52 driver site A set of user manuals are here
check to see if you have an adapter Press the Windows key (bottom left of the keyboard} and at the same time press the R key, now in the search box that appears - type devmgmt.msc look for network adapters , click on the + sign and then see what adapters you have - if you have anything with 802.11 or wifi then you have a wireless adapter - if you have an ethernet or 10/100 listed then you have an ethernet controller - if you have any X or ! or ? then you may need to download the driver from the link above NOTE the wireless can be turned off via a switch or FN +f? key

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This message is shown once the computer is booted; more than likely these Network Adapters are not being utilize, because the network connection is using "Wireless"service; the "Ethernet Controller is part of the (Wired-LAN) Family." The Drivers maybe (Disabled), or the ("drivers") need to be "Updated. "Do the following; go to Control Panel, open Device Manager, click to open "Network Adapters", check to see if adapter are in ("error, disabled, or working properly etc"). "Update Drivers", and restart the computer." "I hope this help FiX it!"

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I have problem with my Toshiba f10 ethernet controller

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No wireless adaptor response

go to device manager by right clicking on my computer and then hardware and then device manager and under network adapters check for any wireless card,,if no,,then check for network controller,,if u find network controller then u need to install the drivers for the wireelss card from the drivers cd given by ur manufacturer,,if also u find the wireless card option under network adapter with a yellow bang beside it then also install the drivers of the wirelss card,,keep me posted

best of luck,,giv a good rating,,keep me posted

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If you really want the onboard nic to go away, go into device manager and disable it - not uninstall it.

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