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Network adaptor problem

Hi again,
I want to follow your directions, but when I open device mgr on this laptop, I don't see the choices that you suggested. It has Vista home version. Problem started after a bios update from HP

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I dint say device manager. yr problem was sound i think .if im not following yu try to put me in order ok cos i have attended to many person just now.
just be specific anbout yr problem i think we can do it together here.
thank u

Posted on May 30, 2008

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