Question about Computers & Internet
Without knowing the motherboard you have in your computer, and without knowing whether or not your Network card is built on to the motherboard (onboard) or if it's a peripheral there's not all that much I can do for you. If you don't have the CD that came with the motherboard you will need to visit the manufacturer's website and download the drivers to a thumb drive, then transport them to that computer. If you can't figure out what type of motherboard or NIC you have in your computer, download a program called "Unknown Devices", that should help you pinpoint what you need. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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