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“Help Loading Network Card Drivers”


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Need a little help I have yellow !
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Hi, this one interests me
remember I am working blind so bare with me
also if you haven't mentioned it yet:
- what model of computer =
- what os, XPpro or home =
- how old is it =

to topic then
what you have is a yellow blob on the network card device in devmgmt.cpl but I need to know if that card is part of you motherboard which means finding the installation cd of the motherboard and loading from there or if it is a seperate card slotted into the motherboard which means either taking the card out of the comp and looking at it for the the serial number, or using a third party tool like everest but since everest is not longer free I am hoping someone here will suggest a good alternative which is(I haven't done my homework sorry) and going onto the maker's site and downloading the drivers from there

Edited by fleamailman, 22 October 2006 - 05:40 AM.

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it's an gateway 507gr
xp home
about 2-3 years old.
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also it's part of the mother board.
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if you have given me the right model this is your network driver
any other yellow blobs of the computer itself can also be downloaded from here

http://support.gatew...p;uid=139026151
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I did this but still didn't have any luck. the internet connection didn't could up and the drives were still under unknown lol
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do we still have yellow blobs in device manager
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