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Okay guys...hopefully you can help me on this one.
I bought a computer custom built off of ibuypower.com about three years ago. Got a major virus and decided to just reformat and reinstall windows. I installed visa 32 bit off the install disks but long and short I have no internet.
I use a cable network connection which i know is up as other computers in the house are still connected. It cannot find any networks, and I think the problem is that i don't have a network adapter driver. Any clue which one I get? I have an Asus motherboard if this helps.
1. Go to this page. 2. Select MOTHERBOARD >> SOCKET 775 >> P5KPL-VM >> Vista 32bit 3. Refer to the image shown below and choose the driver that corresponds to the Network Adapter present: 4. Download and install the driver. 5. Connect to the internet!