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Nvidia nforce network controller not working

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  • Hard Drives
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Last response: in Networking
February 23, 2011 3:54:32 AM

Hi.

I've recently reformatted an old hdd and i've installed windows xp proffessional on it and as usual the first thing that came to mind was to go on the internet to download all the drivers i needed.

I ran into my first problem, apparently i can't access the internet because i don't have the driver that allows me to use the internet, i've searched and searched and still no luck, can anyone help me with this? I've downloaded the same driver that i had on the other hard drive, but it's just not doing anything, i can't create a Local Area Network in my connections.

I'm on the same computer as said computer, except different hard drive. Don't have any of the cd's nor do i know which drivers were installed on this hard drive.

Here's some of my computer spec's

Microsoft xp
CPU type: AMD athlon 64, 2000 MHz(10 x 200) 3000+
Motherboard Name: ECS nForce3-A(5PCI,1 AGP, 2 DDR DIMM, Audio, LAN)
Motherboard Chipset: nVidia nforce3 250, AMD Hammer
System Memory: 1024 MB
BIOS type: Award(09/16/05)

Network Adapter: NVIDIA nForce Network Controller - Packet Schedular Miniport


Please help, i'll post more specs if needed.

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March 7, 2011 12:07:08 AM

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