I opened the vt6105 . . . zip file, well had it extract into a folder. From the four zip files that showed - I extracted the zip file that had 'driver' in the name. Then I opened the regular File Folder "Windows", then "X86", double clicked the WinSetup application. I now get the WinSetup window readying, "Can not find proper NIC, click OK to exit program."
Please note - I had gone - Start>Control Panel>System>Device Manager - looking for Ethernet Adapter. Didn't see it, selected something like Refresh, it then showed up. Things didn't work though. In Device Manager I removed the adapter, restarted and it didn't indicate it found any new hardware on Startup. Tried to Add New Hardware but didn't get anything going. SOOOOO - ethernet adapter software has been removed and not reinstalled. Could that be why is does not find proper NIC?
By the way - is my NIC "built into" my motherboard?? If it is, can a stand alone NIC work? What info do I need to find one that will work for me?http://h10025.www1.h...n...=en&lang=en
I went into Command > PING 127.0.0.1 All pings failed - transmit failed, error code 10043.
In Network - Ethernet Adapter still shows (After I removed it??) As far as checking bindings - this HP site says that after TCP/IP there should be the name of the adapter. Both of my TCP/IP protocols do NOT have an adapter name. Oops, read more - name won't show if only one NIC and no dial up adapter.
Command>ipconfig - IP Configurational Fatal Error - Cannot read IP configuration.
Edited by bamakodaker, 14 December 2007 - 12:50 AM.