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Drivers for Haier A680

Is it possible for you to recommend the appropriate ethernet controlller for the above named computer?
i formatted the Disk and lost some drivers and cannot connect to the net.

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It means less headaches for manufacturer since they then don't have to go back and make an extra driver for an older operating system which saves them time and money and of course Microsoft gets money for every operating system purchased with a new computer.
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You can get a great deal on a new USB wireless ethernet adapter here:
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Your use of the word "formatted" here is confusing.

I always advise people seeking technical help to avoid technical jargon and to explain things in ordinary language, to avoid confusion. This makes it easier for the technician to understand you and harder for him/her to misunderstand you.

I even recommend, for the sake of clarity, that technicians also avoid jargon as much as possible and where unavoidable, to explain things as they go along, which is what I try to do.

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http://www.haier.net/servicesupport/manualSearch.asp

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