Question about Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop
That can be found on the Dell site.
If it's the onboard NIC, you probably want to download the Intel Drivers.
Here's the link
After downloading it, double click it to unzip it, and make note of the folder it puts it in. This is not a self install driver.
After it's unzipped, go to your device manager, you'll probably see "unknown device" right click on it, and choose "Undate driver". Point it at the folder the download unzipped to.
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