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So I had to reformat my computer couple days ago, before I did that both computers ran perfectly fine. Now on the one i reformatted, its saying Wizard cannot find your network hardware, make sure you have it all installed. I can't even get it directly connected to the internet. When I plug it in, it doesn't detect it at all. I am running Windows XP. Any advice?

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* Right-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop and choose Properties from the resulting context menu.
* In the Properties window, click on the Hardware tab.
* In the Hardware tab, click on hte Device Manager button.
* Under the Network Adapters heading, see if there is a network device marked with a Red "X". If so, double-click on that device entry and post the information listed in the General and Driver tabs of the device's Properties window.

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There isn't even a network adapters listing :(


Computers
Disk Drives
Display Adapters
DVD/CDROM drives
Floppy disk controllers
Floppy disk drives
Human interface devices
IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers
Keyboards
Mice
Modems
Monitors
Other devices
Ports
PRocessors
Sound
System devices
Universal Serial Bus Controllers


Thats everything htat is listed

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* Is the network adapter an internal PCI card, or a removable (USB, PCMCIA, etc.) device?
* Do you know the make and model # of the device? If so, post that info.

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I had posted somewhere else and someone helped me, finally got it back online after 2 weeks of messing it with, thanks.

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