Windows can't see network connection. Do I need a new motherboard?

Answer try buying a usb/ethernet adaptor (remember to get a 10/100 or 10/100/1000 eternet adaptor)Only around £4-5 from e-bayfar easier and cheaper than messing around with the motherboard and/or the ada... Read More »

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