Updating network driver
All drivers offered by Driver Update™ may be available free of charge from manufacturer websites.
Driver Update™ costs .97 for a one-year license, which enables you to download any out of date drivers Driver Update™ finds.
The network adapter is a card or built-in port on your computer’s motherboard that allows you to connect your computer to a network with a network cable.
Depending on the format of the driver, you may be able to automatically install the update or you may need to update through your computer’s device manager.
Under Network adapters, if you see a yellow mark, the network driver has problems.
You can use Windows to check if an updated driver is available. Go to Device Manager and expand category Network adapters. Right-click on the network device name, and then select Driver Update Software… Select Search automatically for updated driver software. The above steps above may resolve the problem, but if they not, try to update the drivers using Driver Easy.
You will need this information to download the proper drivers.
Go to your network adapter’s manufacturer website and download the drivers for your device.