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windows xp network connection

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ok i think i had a virus on my dell comp. so i installed the windows xp home edition which deleted everything off my computer. which was what i wanted but, now i cant connect to the internet, i called att and dell for help but they said they were going to charge me up to $300 dollars. im not trying to pay that much so good thing i found this site. anyhow att said my problem was that i dont have a network connection which is located in the control panel. when i double click on the network connection icon there is nothing in the folder. what am i to do? please help me!

Edited by juxalilobit, 22 April 2009 - 05:33 PM.

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You need to install your NIC (Network Interface Card) driver.
Go to the your product manufacture web site to download the NIC (Network Interface Card).
More help : http://support.dell....oads/index.aspx
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