Question about Computers & Internet
Check in the computer management / device manager window and see if there are proper drivers installed for the network / wireless card. If you are running windows XP take note if there is a red x or a yelloe questionmark. If there is a red x then the hardware is disabled. Right Click on it and left click on enable. If there id a yellow questionmark then Right Click and then left click on update driver. If you are running windows Vista then you will see a black linr under the device. You can try the same steps. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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