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Nic card undetected..how do i unistall spyware

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    nic card doesn't seem to be working at all

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For NIC card Go to Control Panel Sytem Properties Hardware Tab in that Device Manager see wheather driver is installed properly or not if it is not installed please install it

To remove u r Spyware go to control panel add remove programs there select spyware and remove it

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