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Failed to query TCP/IP after XP reinstall


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Hi there I just reinstalled XP after replacing my dead system drive yesterday. The fresh install went smooth but now I can't get online. When I try to run cmd ipconfig /all /renew /release (as suggested) it gives no results. the broadband cable modem indicates it's sending and receiving internet and is plugged directly in via Ethernet. Network connections says it's connected but shows no details (ip info, etc). Any ideas?
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Install the ethernet driver.
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Where do I find it? How? Thanks!
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Make/model of your PC?
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It's a frankenstein. Asus k8 v se motherboard. Does this help at all?
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Dug up the asus drivers cd. Totally fixed it! Thanks for the help!
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:)
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