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I find a yellow ? on my ethernet controller when i went to the device manager.then i click view, iclick devices by connection. i double click ethrnet controller and i saw that the drivers for this device are noy installed.(code)

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To fix this problem you need to go to your computer's supplier website ie. Dell, HP, Toshiba, etc... and download the ethernet driver. Save it onto a flashdrive and than plug into your Computer and run the installer. Then restart your computer with the thernet cable plugged in. If this does not correct your problem you may have download the wrong ethernet driver. This won't affect your computer, all you have to do is install the other driver's and trail/error. You should be able to find out what driver it is for and if you need help please post the model of your computer.

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