Question about Computers & Internet
Access the web-site of the manufacturer of your network-card (or the manufacturer of the motherboard).
Enter the model-number of your network-card (or the model-number of your motherboard).
Do a search on their "support" pages for device-drivers for your Operating System (XP? 7?)
Download the device-driver, and copy it to a USB memory-stick.
Move the memory-stick to your "not-connected" computer, and install the device-driver.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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