ethernet card not recognized

July 3, 2010 at 15:31:57
Specs: Windows XP
How do I find out what the brand and model of my ethernet card? I'm told I need a driver.

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July 3, 2010 at 15:41:48
Is it a plug-in card or inbuilt in the motherboard?

When posting a question on the forum you should provide full detailed system specifications, particularly if the system is a brand-name readybuilt.

You haven't even indicated whether it is a laptop or desktop.

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July 3, 2010 at 22:49:09
If you go:

Start\Rrun and type in " msinfo32 " (without the " ")

you will get a complete breakdown of what's installed in the system.

Scroll down the Components section; click on "Adapater" and details of card if detected etc. will be there...

But to echo Richard's comment above - details of the actual system (laptop or what?) are useful; and also is it a plug-in or what card?

is where you can download Belarc Advisor; which run and it too will cough up details of what's what...

and this is for Sisandra - a similar utility..

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July 5, 2010 at 10:12:39
Thanks, guys. It is a PC, I had to open the computer to plug it in but I read the numbers off it. It's a TI. Anyway, I'm on my way. I downloaded a driver since Mom's computer doesn't seem to recognize it. (Windows XP) Off to MOM"S TO SEE IF IT WORKS>

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