Installing Windows 7 on a Windows 8 Laptop (Drivers)

I've installed windows 7 on my new windows 8 laptop, but it doesnt officially support windows 7. Online people say that it works fine with the drivers, but I'm having some issues.

When I try to install certain things, it tells me "Cannot install the drivers. No Intel(R) adapters are present on this computer."

I've installed a lot of drivers for it, but kind of lost as to what this wants me to install.

It's an ASUS N550JK, does anyone have an idea of what drivers to put on this thing?

Looks like in device manager the only ones with the yellow ! are Network controller, USB controller and USB 2.0 controller.

it seems I can't pick up wireless connections either, I need to be hard wired.

Someone help me, im so bad at this Sad Thanks in advance!

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Clarification Request

The driver thats telling me theres no adapters is Network Controller

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Sorry no.

Unless you can track down the drivers...

But did you know to install the motherboard chipset driver package first? It's been decades so folk may not repeat the basics of driver installing.

In parting why didn't you try out Classic Shell first? A lot less pain than where you are going.

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