Unforunately we can't just go installing all the wireless drivers listed (you need to have the exact one for the hardware you have) or it won't work. This wouldn't be a huge issue if we knew which wireless card you have, but we don't since you bought it used and do not have the driver CD that came with it, we gotta do some good ole' guess and check.
I am going to assume we haven't installed the correct network drivers yet (for LAN and wireless). So let's continue troubleshooting. Before doing the steps below, lets uninstall any network drivers we have already installed. To do this, go into Device Manager, open the network tab, and uninstall any drivers for the listed Network Adapters.
To begin with, the 3 yellow exclamation marks are telling me that you do not have drivers installed for ---
1. Your audio/speakers (download and install the driver for this HERE
2. Your LAN Network card OR your wireless network card. (For the LAN card, download and install the driver for this HERE
) And for the Wireless card, lets try the driver HERE
3. PCI could be a modem or Network card as well. (Lets install the 56k modem driver found HERE
, to see if thats what the Simple PCI slot is, if it isn't this driver won't hurt anything.
Let me know when you complete these steps and we can see what device manager is telling us for Unknown devices.
Edited by Trippster, 15 June 2009 - 09:55 AM.