I have an older machine on which the OS (w2k) got corrupted. As a result, it no longer can find the driver for its ethernet adapter. The install-new-hardware wizard just identifies the device with a yellow question mark, from which the only information to be had is "Code 28" and "the driver for the device is not installed".
Obviously I could just install a 2nd adapter, but I kind of want the on-board one working. There are no distinguishing marks on the motherboard (unless they're underneath) and it might not be possible to find the CD with the drivers for it.
Is there a way to find out what driver is needed? Perhaps a utility that can recognize different adapter register footprints, or something, and at least cough up a name of a driver I could go and find?