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June 9, 2014 1:24:10 AM

Just started using a new PC I had built, and trying to get the internet working properly, however there's a yellow exclamation next to my ethernet controller in devices. It would appear that I may be missing the required drivers for it, but I am having trouble determining the make etc of the network card. I am aware that I require a vendor number, such as VEN1067 or so, but the system info simply states all PNP IDs as ROOT/MS_*...*MINIPORT.

Does this mean that the card is a component of the motherboard? And that I instead need the make of that? New to all this so I don't know how to find out.
Thanks.
June 9, 2014 1:27:19 AM

Hi Axisystem
what is your motherboard ? and what operating system are you using and is it 32/64 bit
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June 9, 2014 1:34:03 AM

mickypheonix said:
Hi Axisystem
what is your motherboard ? and what operating system are you using and is it 32/64 bit


Windows 7, 64 bit.
Is there somewhere in devices that says what the motherboard is?
Sorry, had a mac for a long time, new to all this.

Wait I think I found it. msi Z87-GD65
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