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I am using Nvidia Geforce 6100PM i reinstalled my windows xp. after that i cant sonnect to the internet. when i tried to create a new network connection it says i dont have network adapter installed. please help me

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    swufabuda Aug 07, 2010

    You must install the drivers for your on board ethernet card. Is your board a Geforce 6100PM-m2 or just Geforce 6100PM.

  • jake ison Aug 08, 2010

    my mobo is Geforce 6100PM-m2, i dont have the the instalation disk for this mobo.
    its network card is built in so i dont know what driver i will install i am trying to install the driver using the add hardware wizard but it says they cannot find the driver, and it need to connect to the internet. but i cannot do that since i dont have the net work adapter installed.

    so if u have any idea please tell me what i need, the specific driver for the mobo because i am confused i dont see my mobo type in nvidia.com im a computer noob

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Go to the link below on the computer you are using for this forum. Scroll down and find drivers for your operating system, download them, put them on a thumb drive, or USB drive, put the usb drive in your computer and install the driver.

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Hi
Check do you install drivers(correct) for the network adapter

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It sounds like the video card is trying to use same resources as the network card. Try this. pull the video card back out and see if network will work

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