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#21
Drew how can I uninstall a net adapter? And how do I let it find it on it's own? I have had my computer on for over 4 hours inst that enough time? And @ reghakr I am running at 5 kbps.
 


reghakr

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#22
Feel free Drew:)
 


reghakr

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#23
Just thought of something.

Go to Control Panel > Device Manager,. look under Network adapters and let us know what's listed.
 


#24
LINKYSIS WUSB600N WIRELESS-N USB NETWORK ADAPTER WITH DUALO BAND v.2

NVIDIA nForce networking controller
 


#25
I looked at "Other Devices" and under it was Enthernet Controller. Bad?
 


#26
And when I try to right click the adapter Local Are Connection all it has is disable, diagnose, bridge connections, create shortcut, rename, and of course properties.
 


#27
Oh do you mean right click in device manager?
 


reghakr

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#28
In your first reply to me you you stated you just had a modem..

Where is this wireless connection coming from?

Which one is listed under Other Devices?

You never did answer my question regarding an update for NVIDIA nForce networking controller
 


#29
My wireless connection is coming from my neighbor I asked if I can use my wireless card for acouple of hours on it.

Enthernet Controller is listed under Other Devices. And for the driver update for the nvidia nForce I do not know where to get it.
 


#30
Hello, when I try to use my broadband connection it will ask me to login and which windows XP never did (I have just installed 7 last night) and I belive my ISP never gave me any of that information. And I am currently using a wireless connection right now.

ISP=Comcast
Were you using your neighbor's intenet with XP? Looks like he has it password protected. I have used wireless internet hundreds of times from truckstops, starbucks, mcdonalds.. some let me on for free, others .. and in any shopping center you can find about a dozen possible connections.... require login name and password because they are not open to the public.
 


#31
My wireless connection is coming from my neighbor.
So you are the reason my internet is lagging!

Ok.. that was a joke.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#32
Too bad he wasn't using Linux. There's a program that turns the screen upside down when someone is stealing your wireless connection:)
 


#33
Too bad he wasn't using Linux. There's a program that turns the screen upside down when someone is stealing your wireless connection:)
It would be my luck that it would be MY screen that got flipped. I would be looking for a coat hanger and a flower pot screw to dangle my monitor from the ceiling.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#34
Or glue your chair to the ceiling.

OOOPs,. forgot about seat belt
 


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#35
Thank you guys for your help! I have fixed it. When I uninstalled the nForce and I noticed where it said shutdown it had the symbol that there was an update. And now my sound and internet is fixed! Thank you guys for your help! :D
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#36
Yes!!!!!!

Good work.
 


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