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Network Driver did not install

Now that I got the windows xp re-installed (hurray, hurray) I do not have the network driver installed :-(
I have searched through the 4 discs that came with the computer but heaven help me I have no understanding of all the acronyms (for the lack of a better way to put it). I think I need the NVidia driver for the networking part but I have no clue where to look. My phone company (where I have my internet service through) suggested jumpdriving from the e-machines website or the like, but I'm not quite that savvy either. I'm not on my computer and I certainly do not want to mess up someone else's computer. Can someone out there give me some help? I sure would appreciate it. God bless you all.

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The driver youare looking for is reffered to as the NIC or LAN driver. Sometime is included in a driver package when from nvidia. You can download it if you don't have it from your manufacture's website. Posting your computers model number helps helping you.

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You can find it at this link.

Please rate this as fixya.
http://emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=W%20Series&model=W3502

Thanks

Posted on May 03, 2009

  • Anonymous May 03, 2009

    I need to fix this the link I sent earlier was for 3502 not 3052.
    the right one for 3052 is
    http://emachines.com/support/product_sup... and down load the readme file and motherboard driver file.
    the network drivers is
    Ethernet NRM driver

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