Windows could not find a driver for your network adapter

naik75

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LAN Issue - Network/Driver/Motherboard Issue

Desktop Motherboard - Gigabit_H55M_S1
Windows 7 Professional 32 bit

Local Area Connection is not available in the Device Mgr.
While connecting LAN cable - LED indication is blinking.
Also getting reply from loop back adapter - 127.0.0.1

Error while diagnosing - "Windows could not find a driver for your network adapter"
I also want to share the snapshots.
Kindly help to resolve the issue
 

DeadlyDays

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you need to find the manufacturer of either your desktop if it is a prebuilt, or the motherboards manufacturer and model number. Go to the manufacturers website, find their support section. Find the location for downloads/drivers, lookup the model of your desktop/motherboard. Select the section for Windows 7 32bit, then find the network driver. Download and save onto a usb drive. Plug usb into the effected desktop, move to desktop, run driver installer and reboot.
 
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