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I deleted my network adapter driver and I cannot install it again (SOLVED)

Hi, Ive had connection problems and somewhere I read that I had to uninstall and delete the network adapter via device manager. When I restarted my laptop, it didnt reinstall it as promised and now Im pretty much screwed. I tried to install the new driver via Intel but that didnt work out. I have an iconia w510 with windows 8.1, 32 bits. Please, if theres anyone who does have an idea what he/she is doing, let me know.
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  1. In device manager, see if you can run a "Detect New Devices" or "Scan for Hardware Changes". Hopefully, it will pick up the network controller.

    -Wolf sends
  2. Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately the scan for hardware changes doesnt work and I cannot find the other one. I did click om show hidden devices and saw network adapters, but I cannot do anything with it. It says microsoft isatap adapter 1-4, microsoft merkel debug network adapter and teredo tunneling pseudo interface. If I update any of them, it says that the best driver software is already installed. If I click on properties in network adapters, nothings is shown.
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    Try following the advice on This Web Site for reinstalling drivers for your Iconia W510.

    -Wolf sends

    Edit: Download the Driver package to a USB device and then connect that to your Iconia W510 and try to reinstall the whole package.
  4. Well, not only was I able to install the driver, the connectivity problem is also solved! Thank you very much for helping me out so fast Wolf!


    Wolfshadw said:
    Try following the advice on This Web Site for reinstalling drivers for your Iconia W510.

    -Wolf sends

    Edit: Download the Driver package to a USB device and then connect that to your Iconia W510 and try to reinstall the whole package.
  5. Glad you got it working!

    -Wolf sends
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