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Go to your manufacturers site to get the best one, if it's a motherboard you put in yourself use their site, or if it's a card based one go to their site. The peoper ones from the site always wok best.
Posted on Jan 02, 2012
A lot of network adaptors can work using generic drivers. Myself, I download drivers from manufacturer's websites such as acer (the maker of my laptop) and found that the drivers they provide can be used on a lot of different systems. I found a website that provides a list of network adapter drivers.. have a look on this site. I would suggest the realtek driver, but if you can find out the model or manufacturer of your card, it would be a lot easier
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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