Posted 03 October 2005 - 11:50 AM
Log on as administrator then click start, right click on my network places and click on properties. It should show any network connections that have been created and their status.
If you double click on any network connection, you will see a local area connection status screen, click on support tab and select repair button.
If none of this helps, or is not there. go to start/control panel/performance and maintenance/system/hardware/device manager. Scroll down to network adaptors and right click on network card and uninstall.
Reboot and Windows should recognize hardware card, reinstall drivers and then you can rebuild network connections. You should make sure you have all of the info, user name, password, etc. from your ISP before doing this.