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Before adding any ethernet card, try to restore your system by using system restore option available with windows to a date on which your system was perfectly working. If the your system works fine after that, then it is quite likely to have your system infected by malicious software or anti virus. Scan your system for virus. If the ethernet is not working then add a new card after disabling the on-board network card in the CMOS setup.
The link for the drivers is ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R67150.EXE
If runningit directly does not install the driver go to Device manager and right click on the ethernet adapter and update the drivers. Use the manual method and browse to c:\dell\drivers\R67150 for the driver location. also the latest .netframweork is downloadable from here.