NIC problems with windows xp

May 26, 2011 at 03:54:51
Specs: Windows xp
I just installed Windows XP Professional on my Toshiba-X205 laptop and I am having a problem getting the OS to detect my NIC. I can not remember how to go into the control panel and configure settings so the OS will detect my wireless network or should i say i can not get my OS to detect my NIC so i can to connect to my wireless network. I think i may need to install the device driver for the NIC but i don't remember which driver i need for the NIC of my laptop and i can not find it on the Toshiba website, not supported anymore, if anyone could help me i would really appreciate it. you can email at kreece0127@aol.com if needed thank you...

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May 26, 2011 at 05:53:15
I think i may need to install the device driver for the NIC

Yes, you need to do this in order for the device to work.


i don't remember which driver i need for the NIC of my laptop and i can not find it on the Toshiba website,

If you got some CD's with the device at least one of them should contain drivers. If not, I suggest getting the model number of your unit off the label on the bottom and checking the Toshiba website again for drivers. If they don't have them, look up the specs for your machine and find out what make/model the wireless interface is and then go download your drivers from the manufacturer's website.

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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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