I reinstalled Window XP Prof after my IE keep giving me " "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". I still can not get on line. My ISP tells me that my Network Adopter is not connected or missing driver or it is bad.
I can not locateNetwork connector in Device Manager either.
HELP. What do I need to do to get on line. I am having no internet withdrawls. hahah Thanks.
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Did you reinstall all the drivers? Not install all of the necessary drivers is the only thing that i can think of that would cause that problen in your circumstances (assuming the computer was fine to begin with)
For that uninstall it's driver from computer.
You can uninstall it from device manager and add remove program.
Right click on my computer icon then click on property then hardware->device manager then you can see all drivers list uninstall netgear driver from there then go to start menu->control panel->add remove program then uninstall it's driver from there too.
Download driver from above link then install then restart computer then check.
If your netgear device is fine then you can use internet again after reinstalling driver..
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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click on tools on internet explorer at the top, go to internet options, clikc on connection tab, click on LAN settings, and uncheck proxy settings nad click ok. then refresh the page and check if you are online.
It seems that after re-installing windows you have missed the Driver installation for your hardware. If you have a disk (which reads Drivers and Utilities) that came with your computer, You can insert it in your CD Driver and select the Driver for Network adapter. If you do not have a disc, you can always visit the Dell's support site i.e.:support.dell.com and Get the drivers suitable for your hardware by selecting the model or Entering the Service Tag of your Dell computer.
hopefully you have'nt give the pc the same ip address as the other as it won't connect.
You will need to make sure that DHCP is enabled within the routers settings as this will tell the router to assign ip addresses automatically, then go to network connections, right click on your wireless network card>properties>TCP/IP line>properties and tick 'obtain an ip address automatically', click ok, close window and restart pc.
Open up internet explorer>tools>internet options>connections tab and ensure that never dial a connection is ticked or the option greyed out, close I.E. then open up again, click refresh and it should connect.