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Network Adapter Driver Problems, No Internet Access

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#1 ashleygl


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Posted 12 May 2007 - 09:53 PM

Hopefully someone can help me. I had been having some problems with my computer, so I did DrWeb in safe mode at the advice of a friend, and the program removed some stuff from my computer.

When I rebooted my computer, I had no internet access. When I bring up my device manager, under Network Adapters, everything listed there (the Direct Parallel, Intel Network Connection, and a bunch of WAN Miniports) has the yellow circle with the ! mark saying that the drivers are missing or corrupt. I've tried reinstalling the drivers, with no luck. So I'm still without internet access.

I would appreciate any kind of help!

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