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E-machines no network drivers are found

by techstart / July 1, 2009 4:32 AM PDT

Hi,I have a E-machines desktop computer it's 7 moths old.The hard drive went out so we took it to a computer store and, It has not worked after we got the computer back. So we wiped the OS and put windows XP back on. pleas help system is Microsoft windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2. Computer AMD Sempron(tm) 3000+ 1.99 GHz, 488 MB of ram.

Thanks tech start

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Re: no network drivers found
by Kees Bakker / July 1, 2009 4:56 AM PDT

You've got to install that drivers. They don't come with Windows. The most likely places to find them:
1. The driver CD that came with the machine, nicely packaged with the Windows XP CD you used to reinstall.
2. The emachines site.
3. The site of the maker of the motherboard or networkcard.

Where's your warranty?


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by philbernie / July 1, 2009 5:47 AM PDT

First thing to do is to get a hold of the driver either for your NIC or wireless adapter. What model is that you're working with? If you know the model, then you can go to e-machine site and download the driver.

Once you have your internet going, then you can find the drivers for the other devices.

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by techstart / July 1, 2009 6:53 AM PDT

thanks you for your help i posted on other computer forum that are rude. But not your site

thanks tech start

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