If you go to the MSI website, and find your specific motherboard, you should be able to locate drivers for the integrated network card. What you found is actually most likely the northbridge chipset.
I just formatted my old computer (it's like 5 years old), and when the OS install was complete, I wondered why I couldn't connect to the internet. There is no problem with the wiring or the router.
I think the problem might be that I haven't installed a single driver for the computer. At all (yes, I do realise the extreme stupidity :D). Somehow along the years I must have lost the drivers.
I opened the computer up and found that there doesn't really seem to be a network card in it. It seems the "plug" for the internet goes directly into the motherboard, which is called "msi k8n neo3". I've searched around for a driver, but seem unable to find one.
What do I do? Will getting the motherboard driver installed fix the problem? Or is there another solution?
In hope of a swift reply,