Unable to connect to the internet via a modem router - Satellite A200

Thanks to Xardas, I was able to successfully install Windows XP Pro, but not everything is working as it should. Of immediate concern is my inability to connect to the internet (DSL) through the installation of the existing modem router that I use. How can I check that the ethernet drivers work? … My Satellite A200 does not - connect the appropriate port light does not illuminate.

Oh yeh. I noticed that whenever I start (boot) a "Wizard" pane appears informing me that new hardware was found and that the drivers have not been installed but it doesn't tell me what the new material is! At the same time, there is a separate pane that announces that the drivers have not been installed correctly.

Of course, I can use the computer as it is, but before letting my wife loose on this subject, I would like to get rid of anything that can give her cause to panic.

Where are you Xardas?

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Check please the Device Manager and all the entries listed under network adapters. LAN card is listed there?

Have you installed driver LAN?
What A200 you exactly (A200-xxx)?

Tags: Toshiba

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