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I want to conect my laptop to internet, i have adsl, but the system can't find the network adapter,because i installed windows xp again and all the drivers are missing including drivers for network adapter, i found video and audio drivers, but the network drivers nothing! I tried to find on www.acer.com nothing! Help plz!!

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