I have an old Windows XP computer that has been getting updates regularly, so I am not worried about it being hacked. But after reinstalling XP, it can only access the Internet via a wireless adapter, not via an ethernet connection. And when I plug the ethernet cable into the computer, there is no light next to the plug that comes as is usually the case. The ethernet adapter is a “1394 Net Adapter”. It shows that it is connected. When I try to “repair” it, I get an error message saying that “TCP/IP is not enabled for this connection”. When I try to install TCP/IP, I get an error message saying “Windows was unable to find any drivers for this device”. I tried to find the drivers on the XP installation disk, but could not find any. Any ideas what is going on here?