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No Network adapter found after fresh xp format


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Martin Pajuri

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Hi everyone.

Did a format. Win xp sp3 32b. At first I didn't have any lan icon in net. connections so I downloaded the (i think correct) drivers for it (8.26_nforce_winxp_international.exe)Nothing helped, so i dug in deeper. Downloaded AIDA64. Found no network adapter. Cheked device manager - no network section there. It's just disappeared. This is on a public computer in a social home where i work - I need to fix this quite fast.

So... All of you limitlessly witty IT people - lend me a hand.
PS! AIDA64 full report attached.

Thanks in advance ^^
Martin

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Troy

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http://www.asus.com/...MX_SE/#download

Choose XP

I'm pretty sure the LAN drivers for those motherboards are included in the chipset download.

Cheers

Troy
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Martin Pajuri

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Oh my god, thanks!!! Worked great!
Drivers are a hassle - I tried the latest nforce driver before but that was a different build...
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Great. :)
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