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Solved: Network Adapter Problems

Discussion in 'Networking' started by namrond, Nov 14, 2011.

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  1. namrond

    namrond Thread Starter

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    After performing a comprehensive scan on my HP desktop with Norton 360, I was instructed to re-boot to finish the scan. Once completed, I tried to access the internet and was informed that my computer did not have a wireless adapter installed & configured and, that Windows couldn't start this hardware device because its configuration information in the registry was incomplete or damaged. The network adapter is a NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and the driver files are shown a "nvconrm.dll", "nvnrm.nvu" and "nvunrm.exe".

    I have tried to find these files on the internet in order to re-install them on my desktop but so far have been unsuccessful.

    I have 2 questions:
    1) Does anyone know where I might find these files to download
    2) Are there any other ways of overcoming this problem so I can connect to the internet?

    Thanks
    namrond

    I didn't download TSG SysInfo as was recommended above because I'm posting this problem from my laptop computer which can still access my home network. It's my desktop computer that is experiencing this problem.
     
  2. TheShooter93

    TheShooter93 Malware Specialist

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    You have to go to the manufacturer's website, download the latest drivers, and install them.

    You can transfer the installers from a working computer to the problem computer via flash drive, CD, or other media storage.
     
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