Consider it a test. Not to be overly glib, but you know how when you go to an amusement park, and they have those signs saying you have to be so tall to go on the ride? Same basic concept here. If you're going to have any hope with Windows Server in the future, you will need to be able to solve problems like this on your own. Because this is just the beginning. The difficulty only goes up from here. If you can't even solve a relatively simple problem, you won't have any hope for larger ones.
So really, while I'm sure you'll disagree now, the best way to help you right now is not to help you. If you succeed, if you look back on this, I'm sure you'll have the perspective needed to understand. This is but one of many trials by fire to come, and you won't always have the time to stop by places like this and hope for an answer.
Im need to install a 64bit lan driver to run windows server 2008,
Mother board is a Gforce gf100vm-m5 and the network card is rtl8201n10/100 any ideas where In can get one?