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Computer can't detect WIRED CONNECTION.

#11lost_withinPosted 11/22/2013 9:05:27 AM
cookie_kid posted...
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Run combofix, restart, scan for virii, eat a taco, come back, remove virii eat another taco, restart, ??


I can't run it. It says that it can not run in compatibility mode?



Windows 8?


8.1 =/


Combofix won't work then... but it sounds like it is a simple case of missing drivers...
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#12I_Am_On_FirePosted 11/22/2013 9:08:45 AM
All of the sudden
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#13cookie_kid(Topic Creator)Posted 11/22/2013 9:12:17 AM
lost_within posted...
cookie_kid posted...
lost_within posted...
cookie_kid posted...
lost_within posted...
Run combofix, restart, scan for virii, eat a taco, come back, remove virii eat another taco, restart, ??


I can't run it. It says that it can not run in compatibility mode?



Windows 8?


8.1 =/


Combofix won't work then... but it sounds like it is a simple case of missing drivers...


perhaps, but then I dont know what to do to display the driver, since it WAS working in the past. I tried to recover my computer, that didnt work, I tried taking the battery and ram out, that didnt work....I dont know what else to do to get my display adapter to work besides doing a clean reformat
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#14Cheech001Posted 11/22/2013 9:37:50 AM
Had a friend with the same problem after a power surge, all it took out was his ethernet port. He just ended up getting a PCI network card works just fine and fairly cheap.
#15protools1983Posted 11/22/2013 9:40:36 AM
Cheech001 posted...
Had a friend with the same problem after a power surge, all it took out was his ethernet port. He just ended up getting a PCI network card works just fine and fairly cheap.


But if he is getting data and power lights on the NIC itself then it is most likely a software issue.
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#16Master_BassPosted 11/22/2013 9:51:50 AM
Redownload the network drivers for your motherboard and reinstall them.
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#17cookie_kid(Topic Creator)Posted 11/22/2013 10:41:28 AM
Master_Bass posted...
Redownload the network drivers for your motherboard and reinstall them.


I have tried this and still no progress =(
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