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PROBLEM IN REDHAT LINUX

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I have insalled RED HAT LINUX AS 4.0 on TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO A120 LAP TOP , but, Network card ( which I found it from WINDOWS VISTA as INTEL PRO 1000 PL NIC CARD) IS NOT RECOGNISING , PLEASE help me how to install network driver on linux for my TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO A120 LAPTOP.
REGARDS
ABU SOHAIL

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Hello there. You need to install the driver from http://support.intel.com/support/network/sb/cs-012904.htm

As a side note, Redhat AS is not really a great choice for beginners to linux, you may find Ubuntu or another new user orientated Distribution, makes a better attempt at hardware detection.

Hope this helps.

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