Question about Computers & Internet
You've got a strange issue here!
Once you get the Ethernet-card running, you go online and it should automatically install. Let Windows find your divers for you.
Otherwise - in Device Manager; find the item you want to upgrade, uninstall it, refresh, and in the top bar menu - click on "search for harware changes" and then check the little square that asks you if "Windows shall connect to and search on the Internet".
The driver for the ethernet card most probably (must) will already be in your new Windows-installation.
If this does'nt work I've NO other clue!
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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