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I have not so far got the Ethernet connection to work by disabling the Wi-Fi.
Corechip Semiconductor USB to Ethernet Adapter
Make older programs compatible with ethernef version of Windows http: See, if installing the drivers in compatibility mode helps. People have crechip that Windows 8 drivers usually do work on a Windows 10 computer. This cooling system is covered by a shroud with red insertions. Search for drivers by ID or device name Known devices: I am still not clear what adapter you have.
Do you know who is the manufacture so the OS requirements can be checked? Jul 30 9: Can another computer connected to that same ethernet via a ethernet NIC get online?
USB to Ethernet Adapter driver from the location below.
Sorry this didn’t help. Go through the driver installation wizard, which should be pretty straightforward.
Please log in to reply. A W8 driver might work if I could install i, however t I think there is a W10 driver on the internet but so far have not found how to install it.
USB to Ethernet Adapter, list of drivers
This device will be available this quarter, though the price has not been voiced yet. In the end I was reconnected, by Wi-Fi, simply by removing the Ethernet cable. I get error ‘Domain name not resolved’ and ‘unable to resolve domain name’.
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I really appreciat the help. But not with the ethernet cable. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. The correlation of power on this rail with the total power makes up 0. There is a DVD supplied with drivers but they only go up to W8. IPv4 and v6 report ‘no internet access’. Googled around and perhaps 2-Tech? Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.