Win98SE not detecting Ethernet Network Adapter ?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Giacomo Dellariva, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. I formatted my drive and reinstalled Win98SE everything seemed ok till
    I try to install my DSL Software to connect to my ISP get this
    message: That I don't have
    Ethernet Network adapter with TCP/IP binding
    Those this mean that windows is not detecting any drivers for my
    Ethernet Network adapter?
    Any help would be much appreciated thank you!
    Giacomo Dellariva, Jul 15, 2003
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  2. Giacomo Dellariva

    this sucks Guest

    have you set them up in your Network settings?
    this sucks, Jul 15, 2003
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  3. set them up were how do you do that?
    Giacomo Dellariva, Jul 15, 2003
  4. Giacomo Dellariva

    JabberSmith Guest

    TCP/IP bindings to a network adapter is different from a bad or missing
    driver. (Though the latter could cause the former.)

    In your internet connection, do properties of the network card. Look for
    TCP/IP there. (Sometimes there is a "bindings" tab too.)

    If there is not any, try installing one. (From memory: Add, Protocol,
    Microsoft, TCP/IP. You may need your windows disk. Reboot.) If they are
    there, you could try removing and reinstalling TCP/IP, it will get put on
    the card by default then. TCP/IP has a tendancy to get corrupted (In Win98
    at least, 2000 and XP seem to avoid that problem) and die over time...
    JabberSmith, Jul 16, 2003
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