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Hi everyone, 

 

I just build my first pc and it was great but i have this problem where i cant connect to my internet, i have tried clean installing Windows twice but no. Its always the same, please help me. Sorry its in Dutch, the first picture is basically all the yellow triangel simbols, than i click on change adapter options but that folder is lituarly empty.

 

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What motherboard? The OEM should have LAN drivers available, or you can look at the spec for what NIC it uses and get the drivers directly from the manufacturers of that (Intel or Realtek for most motherboards IIRC). 

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Install the chipset drivers , then install the network card drivers.

 

Go on motherboard manufacturer website, to your motherboard model, put the drivers on a usb stick or something (or use your phone as usb ethernet card if possible to download the drivers)

 

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You'll also want to install Chipset drivers

 

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You need to install the drivers. You'll need to get the network driver from the manufacturer webpage on another computer, save it to a flash drive, move it to this computer and install it. Once that is installed and you have internet get the chipset drivers and all other necessary drivers from the manufacturer webpage for the board and install them. Windows does not come with them by default.

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