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  1. #1
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    Enable network card through registry

    Hello friends,

    I want i am facing an issue with my network card, i have recently disable my Network card but now when i am trying to make it enable my PC gets restarted each time. I have try to do a lot and my friends told me we can make network card enable through registry but don't know how to do it.

    Can anyone tell me what steps i need to follow for it.


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    Re: Enable network card through registry

    Enabling through registry won't help you out much more.Instead of that i would suggest to download the latest driver and have a check for the same.

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    Re: Enable network card through registry

    Download The new Driver other wise just remove you NIC from PCI slot and again attached

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    Re: Enable network card through registry

    I was also facing similar type of issue i try to use devcon.exe

    For finding out the name of your adapter, use this command:

    devcon hwdis "*" > c:\devices.txt

    then look for your adapter in devices.txt and make it enable from here.

    For downloading Devcon click here.

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