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How do i download a network card driver after a re-format

How do i download a network card driver after a re-format

How do i download a network card driver after a re-format

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I recently re-formatted a hard drive that had XP Home edition on it to XP Pro. The install went ok, but in device manager, it indicates that the network card driver did not install. The card is - "RAS Async adapter"

I went to the internet on another computer in hopes to download the driver file so I may upload it via a cd to the other computer, but I can't seem to download it to a file. It wants to install on my computer. Does anyone have an idea or suggestions? I have no access to the internet from that computer.

RE: How do i download a network card driver after a re-format

Where did you go and what card is it? You may need to right click and "save file as" to get the file downloaded.

The answer is "42"

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