Unable to connect to the internet via a cable brodband or dsl computer laptop HP pavilion g6

good day to you all...

Please kindly help regarding me my problem... I deleted my local c drive using a third-party gparted application... I did this because I do a partion before I reformat my laptop HP PAVILION G6... then I have already installed windows 7 on my laptop, but my problem now I can not connect to the internet via broadband or ADSL cable... can you please help me find a solution... also, my wifi does not work before and I found the wireless LAN driver here I download yesterday... now wifi works...

Thanks in advance

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Hello

Please download the driver from the internet of the HP website steps below.

  1. Go to the web page software downloads & HP driver for your model.

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