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It certainly sounds like a driver issue. Did your driver installation fix the yellow mark in the Device Manager?
If not, then try the web site of your laptop or network card manufacturer for the latest driver for your operating system.
Assuming you are in windows, then try clicking START & select Run. Type "cmd" into the window.
You will get a black window. Type:
If it lists your network adapter then it is installed correctly. If you just get a blank, then you need to work on the driver issue.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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