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Unidentified Network Adapter?


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I followed your steps exactly as you said, running everything as Administrator as well, did the CMD commands, rebooted, installed the new driver rebooted again and no Internet connection.. Just a note I still havn't uninstalled IOBit toolbar, also when I was uninstalling the drivers, I didn't tick hte option: Remove software drivers. Could this caused the same problem? I have no idea what to do next, I'm lost! :(
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I didn't tick hte option: Remove software drivers

Please follow my instructions as I wrote them

Also you can use the avast removal tool to uninstall the iobit toolbar.
http://www.geekstogo...ll-old-printer/

Follow the instructions above replace the toolbar for the printer.
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Ok, a question: When I uninstall the adapters and the drivers, after the reboot it automatically installs the drivers? Should I install the GIGABYTE driver after it installed the original drivers or what I'm supposed to do? Because after it insstalled the original drivers I had internet connection but after one reboot, I lost it again.
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Ypou click the button that reads uninstall driver software when uninstalling the drivers and windows will have nothing to reinstall on the reboot,
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Problem still appears, after the steps.
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Well the next step I can think of is updating your driver.
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Hello, sorry for late response! I upgraded my PC and I had to preinstall to 64 bit OS anyway and it's fixed now. Thank you for trying to help me, even if we didn't spot the problem!
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