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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Drivers problems
I can provide you with the drivers if you tell me the model of your Eee pc or you can look for them yourself from the asus support pages at...
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
if you want to download from the same PC then you cant as the Ethernet driver will not be installed ..
if it is installed then you can download ....
check it in the
control panel>system(switch to classic view in case of XP)> hardware>device manager
in device manager go to network adapters there if the Ethernet driver is installed then you will be displayed there (if the driver is not installed then you will not see that network adapters also)
if it is not installed then you must download the Ethernet driver from some where else to your system from your manufacture(motherboard or chipset manufacture) website (if it is intel then http://downloadcenter.intel.com in this website you can search it & download)
if you have the Ethernet driver installed then you can download from your system only the other drivers from the manufacture website ....
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Posted on Jul 05, 2008
SOURCE: Need drivers
Here's the web address for drivers for your motherboard:
You need the chipset drivers and possibly the Audio and LAN ones, too. There are specific ones for your operating system.
Unless there are serious problems with the motherboard, you don't want to mess around with the BIOS.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
open device manager and i m sure that it will be given under system devices because all the devices that does not come under
unidentified devices are in the system devices list check it there or instead use some software like driver detective to find all the devices connected to the computer and get their device drivers
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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