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> my service provider told me I needed to install a driver.
Did they say "which" driver?
It is SHAMEFUL that they could not provide any assistance to a PAYING customer.
Maybe, you should CANCEL, and switch to a provider that WILL help.
Click Control Panel
Double-click Network Connections
If you see a description of the network-adapter in your computer, you already have the correct driver for that hardware.
If not, close the Network Connections window.
Click Device Manager.
Do you have any devices marked with "red" or "yellow" icons?
If so, you need a driver for your network-adapter, since Windows could not locate one.
What manufacturer of network-adapter?
Posted on May 24, 2011
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