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No internet conn in device manager other devices yellow question mark

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  • tarrant Mar 09, 2008

    thanks but have no disc for drivers

  • tarrant Mar 09, 2008

    the original problem is i cant coonect to intenet

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HELLO SIR

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    REINSTALL THE DRIVERS AND THEN UPDATE THE DRIVERS

    THANK YOU SIR

    GOOD LUCK

    DONT FORGET TO RATE THE SOLUTION

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    IF YOU DONT HAVE DISKS THEN USE SOME MEANS TO CONNECT TO INTERNET AND UPDATE THEM

    THANK YOU SIR

    GOOD LUCK

    DONT FORGET TO RATE THE SOLUTION

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    then note down your drivers model number and download the drivers from another system which has internet and then reinstall them.

    fixya

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