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Uninstalled Killer Network Manager - now no internet

I uninstalled Killer Network Manager because it was seemingly causing some memory leak and problems, but after uninstalling it got rid of my network drivers. I can't do a system restore and i'm not sure how to get my internet back.

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The answer is simple. Reinstall the network card's drivers. Killer has many models so I can't guess which model you have.

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How though?

I downloaded it on a laptop and then used a USB to transfer over in the end, but how would I be able to reinstall the network card drivers on the same PC if I didn't have that laptop?

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By using another PC to download the drivers from the laptop maker's web site. I respect your privacy and don't pry about make, model but without that I can't be more specific.

To get the drivers to the laptop I put them on some USB memory stick.

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