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Lost Ethernet on Win XP MCE upgrade

I upgraded the OS in my Viewsonic M2000e from Windows XP MCE 2004 to the 2005 edition. In the process, I lost Ethernet connectivity. The Ethernet is integrated into the motherboard, so I just need to reinstall the driver, but that's the problem. The motherboard is OEM made by Intel for Viewsonic, so Intel doesn't support it. I'm about to contact Viewsonic, but from what I gather from the comments on this forum, that won't be a helpful experience. All I've got is the BIOS ID: BB84510A.86T.0021.P02. Anyone have a similar problem, or can point me to the correct driver?

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I have two of these computers.
the network driver you want is one for "intel pro 100 VE"
go here for information on this driver.

http://www.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/pro100ve/

Iam lookin for mother board support as well.
good luck in your hunt.

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Hi glycogenic open up the case and look for a motherboard model number on the motherboard (it could be anywhere) but sometimes in large print, then do a search with it on the net

ie Ethernet drivers for (insert mobo number) running XP MCE 2005. or something similar.

good luck with that
Terry

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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