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    “Cannot find Network Adapter” Error in my Windows 7 System

    I use Windows 7 in my System. My Internet connection got closed suddenly. I tried for troubleshooting it. In the meantime it showed as “Cannot find Network Adapter”. What might be the problem? Please, anyone help me in solving the problem.



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    Support Array
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    Re: “Cannot find Network Adapter” Error in my Windows 7 System

    Error of such type “Cannot find Network Adapter” raises when your Network Adapter is not enabled. You need to enable it by following these simple steps.

    STEP 1: Go to Start >> Control Panel.
    STEP 2: Type “Adapter” in the Search box.
    STEP 3: Go to Network and Sharing Center.
    STEP 4: Click “View Network Connections”.
    STEP 5: Right - Click on the Icon and select “Enable”.
    STEP 6: If asked for administrator password give password.
    STEP 7: If asked for confirmation, re enter the password and confirm the password.
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    Re: “Cannot find Network Adapter” Error in my Windows 7 System

    DEAR FRIEND,


    cannot Find Network Adapter error means which is gets deleted or disabled

    and to fixing of the issue is simple that is

    click start menu and go to RUN or press
    windows key+r

    Type in Run like
    ncpa.cpl and press ENTER key

    and check for the
    Network adopter ....and if you are unable to find the Network adapter means which gets deleted

    other wise double click on the
    Adopter ICon and click Enable button

    and for the deletion cause..........
    re- install the network adopter By using the mother board CD/DVD ( if you have already)

    other wise ...go and search in the internet ....and download the network Drivers and install .


    thank-you.jpg

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    sagar R.kachhadiya Array
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    Re: “Cannot find Network Adapter” Error in my Windows 7 System

    If you are shown the error "Cannot find Network adapter" , then it may be due to
    --> Network adapter is not enabled properly
    --> problem in network adapter driver.

    Fix the error " cannot find network adapter"

    Enable the network adapter properly

    --> Go to "start" and then "control panel".
    --> In the search box , enter "adapter".now select "view network connection" under network and sharing centre.
    --> On the network adapter icon , right click and select "disable".now again , right click and select "enable"

    Update the network adapter driver

    --> Go to "start" and then "control panel".
    --> select "system and security".go to "system" and then "device manager"
    --> double click "network adapter".now right click and then select "properties"
    --> click on "driver" tab and then click on "update driver"

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    sweetyilu Array
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    Re: “Cannot find Network Adapter” Error in my Windows 7 System

    hi...


    [FONT=Segoe UI, Arial, sans-serif][/FONT][FONT=Segoe UI, Arial, sans-serif]Method 1:
    [/FONT]
    [FONT=Segoe UI, Arial, sans-serif][/FONT]I would suggest you to follow the links and check.
    Wired and wireless network connection problems in Windowshttp://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/help/wired-and-wireless-network-connection-problems-in-windows
    Method 2:
    How do I fix network adapter problems?http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/How-do-I-fix-network-adapter-problems


    Method 3:
    Uninstall the drivers for the device from device manager and then install the drivers from the manufacturer’s website and check if that helps.

    a) Open Device Manager by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Device Manager.* If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    a) Double-click Network Adapters, right-click your adapter, and then click Properties.
    b) Click the Driver tab, and then click uninstall.
    Once you uninstall the drivers download and install the drivers from the computer manufacturer’s website.
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isnt-working-properly


    all the best


    regards from

    venki




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