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green vomituz

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Hi,,,
I am not very good about computers! I have just reinstalled Windows XP prof edition on my ibm t40 laptop, I tried to connect to the internet but came up with the error "Windows could not detect any wireless or wired network cards", I am networked with my son, who has full connection, my computer is running the modem and router, both of which seem not to be installed? I don't have any driver cd's , only my copy of XP pro. I have looked in the device manager to see what hardware has a problem and my modem , it says no driver intalled// any help would be much appreciated... btw am using ibm t40,,
Many thanks...



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Open control panel, network connections - what is shown there pls.


Go here and download the drivers and follow the install procedure
http://www-307.ibm.c...ocid=MIGR-46258

Edited by Macboatmaster, 21 March 2011 - 04:38 PM.

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its asking me to create a new conection.. i made a lot now but no luck...the top one it says broadband and the bttm 1 is incoming connections..pls help..thanks
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follow my advice re the drivers from the link for your computer
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