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Icon in My network places of LAN connectin disappeared

My onboard LAN is not working. My OS is unable to recognise any network adapter connected.

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    Chris Hingee May 11, 2010

    Re-install the LAN driver.

    Check the Device Manager to see if it is installed and enabled.

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You have a "root-kit" computer-virus on your keyboard.
It is preventing your copy of Windows from showing anything in the "Network Connections" display.

From a different computer, search for "sysinternals rootkit revealer". Download the software to a USB memory-stick, and then move the USB device to your computer, and run the root-kit revealer, to remove the computer virus.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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