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ak_stoner

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Went to driverguide, found driver i needed "NDISHLP.sys" Downloaded it to a file on my hard drive and also to a flobby as well. After I saved it and then went to open from both hard drive & flobby. it wasn't there?
Thinking I messed up, I downloaded them again. And was told it already exsisted, but there was nothing there? Maybe someone can help me out here. I still need this driver in order for the computer to open web pages. That's what the computers not doing without this driver. If anyone can also e-mail me email address remove for users' safety with some help :tazz:

Thanks everyone

Edited by Kat, 21 February 2006 - 12:39 AM.

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wannabe1

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Hi ak_stoner...

Can you post me a link to the driver you need? What browser are you downloading with?

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Click Start, then Find, then For Files and Folders, and type in NDISHLP.sys...click on "Search". When the file is found, note the location, and navigate to it using Windows Explorer (My Computer).

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Hi wannabe1...Thank you very much for your help :tazz: I was able to locate and download the driver.
Very good job :) I also would like to say that you your help was very fast!

Thanx again...mike
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Always glad to lend a hand! :tazz:

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