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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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  2. http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html
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  4. Reinstall using updated driver.
  5. If the driver does not come with an installer. Right click "My Computer" and select "Manage"
  6. In device manager right click network adapter or ethernet adapter and select "Update Driver" when asked for driver point the wizard to either the CD or USB drive you have the new drivers on.
  7. Not all drivers will work on your system but the ones that do will solve your problem.

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