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Network Adapter Confict

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#1 Kitobyki


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Posted 04 November 2004 - 04:17 AM

First the basics i guess i am running windows xp with sp2 update i have several network adapters listed in my device manager and one of them shows up with a yellow exclamation mark. The following is a list of my Adapters ( these include the hidden ones) CNET PRO200WL PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER CNET PRO200WL PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER - PACKET sCHEDULER MINIPORT DIRECT PARALLEL MICROSOFT TUN MINIPORT ADAPTER WAN MINIPORT (ATW) WAN MINIORT (IP) WAN MINIPORT (IP) - PACKET SCHEDULER MINIPORT wAN MINIPORT (IPX) wAN MINIPORT (IPX) #2 (THIS IS THE ONE WITH THE CONFLICT) WAN MINIPORT (L2TP) WAN MINIPORT (PPOE) WAN MINIPORT (PPTP) I have tried updating the drive to no avail i have even tried uninstalling and reinstalling. I am at my wits end does anyone have a suggestion on how to resovlve this conflict?


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Posted 04 November 2004 - 11:11 PM

Do you need that addaptor..? Try uninstalling it and see if it shows back up after reboot

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Posted 05 November 2004 - 04:17 AM

I was able to remove the adapter had to go into the register and do a little bit of modification before it would let me delte it. Thanks for the help :)

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