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Win9xFreak

Windows ME driver help!

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Win9xFreak    0

Does anyone here know where I could find an Ethernet driver for Windows ME???

I searched the internet for many but I could not find one that would allow me to connect to the internet.

Can someone help me???

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Win9xFreak    0

One detail I forgot to mention:

I dual-booted ME and XP and on Windows XP I installed a nVidia ethernet controller (or something like that) so I guess that would be the brand. (I think...)

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submix8c    89

Riddle me this, Batman...

On the XP in Device Manager, does it say EXACTLY what it is? There is NO SUCH THING a "Generic nVidia" (or something like that)...

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submix8c    89

Does it show up at all in the Device Manager? If so, what does Properties say? (maybe an "Unknown Device" is showing up?)

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Win9xFreak    0

No unknown device shown in device manager. Just Dial-Up Adapter and 2 NDIS 1394 Net Adapters. Not sure what motherboard or video card I have, but I have an Intel Pentium D and 512 mb of RAM.

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dencorso    540

Pentium D means nVidia 4 series chipset... there are no Win 9x/ME Ethernet drivers at all for that chipset family, AFAIK, I regret to say. You're on a wild goose chase.

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