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My computer informs me I may have a problem with the driver for the local network adapter.

I cannot seem to find a driver for this adapter to download it. Also, I see my IPv4 and IPv4 are "Not connected".

How do I locate a driver and connect with IPv4 and IPv6?

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How do you connect to your local network? Does your computer have an Ethernet port that uses a cable to connect to a router or switch? Or do you connect wirelessly? – slhck Jan 16 '12 at 20:56
Connect using ethernet cable directly from router to computer. – Jeffrey Jan 16 '12 at 20:58
A little more information please? Computer make, model number, is the port on the mother board or a added card? If it is a added card which one? – N4TKD Jan 16 '12 at 21:22

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