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I had to re-install windows xp, and now there's no internet. I believe I might need to re-install the driver, because it doesn't seem to be recognizing the Zhone or the dsl connection. Is the driver download available anywhere?

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Yup you need to reinstall the drivers for your computer, most likely the drivers are removed after doing the re installation of windows, you can download the drivers for your windows on your OEM website original equipment manufacturer, check device manager in control panel,

go to control panel, click switch to classic view then click system in system click tab hardware click button device manager this is in XP

in vista win7 go to control panel in vista switch to classic view in win7 click drop down upper right of the icon select large or small icons, after switching to classic view select device manager on the list of icons if you see any question marks then you will need to reinstall all of those drivers missing ^_^

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My Windows XP installation has reached its half-life. (You do know that Windows has a half-life, don’t you? Every installation of Windows naturally degrades along a logarithmic curve until it becomes annoying, then unbearable, then unusable. Each successive revision of Windows has featured a slightly longer half-life. Back in the day, Windows 95 would last me about 3 months, while my copy of Windows XP has lasted me almost 9. I’m not bitter; when you realize that you’re measuring on a logarithmic scale, a factor of 3 improvement is really quite impressive.)
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