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Try another pci slot. Alot of these cards need their installation disks depending on your internet provider. And they will want you to install the software before the hardware (card).
But while you have your card out if you don't have an installation disk write down as much info as you can find, name model ect.. on the card.
If it still doesn't detect it make sure it is a working card. Then go to device manager looking for any yellow exclamation marks or red x's next to any devices, especially ones that have to do with internet connections.
If you've tried all these things and found something wrong feel free to write back and I will try to help you through it, ok.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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