|I've reinstalled Win XP on my computer.|
At first I didn't have any ethernet controller and couldn't connect to internet, but after a lot of looking around I solved it and I don't remember how.
However, after a month I see that the computer is falling of the net sometimes, and the rest of the net in the house is up and running, so I know it's this computer that it is wrong.
Then I find out that my motherboard (MSI 915P NEO2 Platinum) should have a network adapter of the type Broadcom BCM5751.
But the drivers and system info on my PC says I have a Marvell Youkon 88E8053 PCI-E Gbit Ethernet controller.
This seems wrong, so I downloaded the driver from MSI and unzip it to a folder containing three files.
I uninstall the Marvell Yukon driver and try to install the new Broadcom-driver, but the computer insist that there is no driver in the folder and continue to show the ethernet controller as a Marvell Yukon without driver, so I only end up on rewinding back to the previous driver.
What is wrong, how do I get the rigt driver installed?