Okay. First, understand that I'm not much of a techie... this should be fun.
I've got a Linksys router, it's a BEFSR41 v2 Etherfast 4-port cable/DSL router with 4-port switch. It's on the computer downstairs. This computer runs Windows XP.
My brothers' upstairs is connected and working. It runs Windows 2000.
Mine... I just had to replace. I went to Windows Vista Basic instead of XP.
Now, I don't have an ethernet card, but is there any way I can get online with this computer anyway?
A long time ago, I went to a LAN party and my friend's freind downloaded some kind of driver to allow my computer to connect to the internet without needing an ethernet card. Damned if I remember the motherboard, this was four years ago.
I just purchased an Intel Dual Core e5200 2.5 GHz. The motherboard is an MSI P6NGM LGA775 mainboard. It says it is NVIDIA MCP73 chipset based.
Is there any kind of driver I can install for Windows Vista that bypasses the need for an ethernet card?