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this is a 'piece of cake'...just let me know the exact model of your computer ...if it is a brand one..(including the particularities.. if they have more than one choice on devices that equips it ) . also specify the operation system you intend to install and I will provide download links...If you have peripherals like printers...or any other devices installed after (video cards ..sound cards..usb devices..) specify their name also ...and its 90 % sure that I find drivers suitable for them ...After that you just save them on a safe location and use them each time reinstall the computer ..if you need a good Xp windows..genuine ..let me know and I will link you to an image download also..
I'm sure the original poster of this question has found their answer but
for future answer seekers this will do the trick..http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_winxp_15.24.html. I
just had to find it for a friend and it wasn't exactly cake to locate
so I figure I'd come back and hopefully make someones day a little
can you find it in your device manager, If you see it in there and there is a yellow ? mark. open it and update it if you don't find it there you will have to go to you computers manufactures web and find you Ethernet driver and install it. reboot it on your on your way..