FOr some reason there is no Local Area Connection icon. Just a 1394 connection icon.
How can I recreate the Local Area Connection?
I notice that in my Device Manager that Other Devices all have yellow questionmarks next to them, including Ethernet Controller. Not sure if Ethernet Controller gives you a clue.
Also my network connection plug is onboard the motherboard.
I tried uninstalling the network adapter in the device manager and rebooted, but I didn't see WIndows reinstalling the network adapter -- and when I looked in the Device Manager it was there again. Possibly this is because the hardware is on the motherboard?
If you have the drivers handy you can go into device manager, browse to what device you want to update, right click, update driver. Then follow the wizards depending how you want to update them (by CD,
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