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    Under Network Adapters in Device Manager I see Ethernet Controller but it has an exclamation mark by it.

    It says The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
    To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver. Im pretty shure this is my crossovercable because im having problems ftping to my Xbox and it is under Network Adapters. Can someone tell me how to get this working?
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    Have you trie to remove it and let it reinstall?

    Right click >Ethernet Controller
    Choose> remove/uninstall


    After doing so highlight >David, right click and choose scan for hardware changes (something like that)...........see what happens (if drivers are not already available, make sure to have them on stand by).


    If it's the crossover cable, remove that and see what the reaction is.................
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    I afraid it won't uninstall:


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    Okay I was browsing for that type of issue and ran across this. It's another forum but take a look at the last entry, referencing removing ethernet card:

    http://forums.us.dell.com/supportfor...ssage.id=35561

    Maybe that will stir up some use
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    Quote Originally Posted by CornerPocket
    Okay I was browsing for that type of issue and ran across this. It's another forum but take a look at the last entry, referencing removing ethernet card:

    http://forums.us.dell.com/supportfor...ssage.id=35561

    Maybe that will stir up some use
    Thx alot for the research. My ethernet device is onboard so I can't really remove it. Do you think this would this still work if I can't remove it? I would like to know before messing anything up.

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    try booting to safe mode then remove it.

    What motherboard is it? i ask so we can find you the best driver for the onboard network card, as this is what is needed to get it to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco_2004
    try booting to safe mode then remove it.

    What motherboard is it? i ask so we can find you the best driver for the onboard network card, as this is what is needed to get it to work.
    I have an Intel D845EBT.

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    I can't find anything on that intel website. Did the motherboard come with a driver cd? try installing the ethernet drivers from that if it did.

    And what about safe mode...were you able to remove it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco_2004
    I can't find anything on that intel website. Did the motherboard come with a driver cd? try installing the ethernet drivers from that if it did.

    And what about safe mode...were you able to remove it?
    I diden;t try safe mode yet. How exactly to I get in safe mode then exit ot of it?

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    Nevermind I found the Ethernet Driver on my computer munufacturer website here: http://vprmatrix.com/customer_desktops_226R_drivers.asp. Can someone tell me how to install this as I am really confused.

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