OK so I have a problem, I've found two other posts that seem to be fairly recent on having this problem also and no fix yet. Problem: LAN gets disabled and can not re-enable it. Get error message saying "Connection Failed!" Shortly after trying to enable it. (Links to other posts about it: http://forums.whatthetech.com/Please_HELP_CONNECTION_FAILED_error_t104105.html http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/883663-connection-failed-lan-connection.html ) Currently trying to fix the problem myself but I am looking for outside help. Will be posting on both of those forum's shortly after this post to redirect them to here so it can all be joined in 1 post, as well as by experts, as it seems on this site, a lot of people know what they are talking about. Now what I am running on is a Toshiba Laptop, running Windows XP SP3, writing this on another computer though, as it has no internet. I didn't actually disable my LAN, I tried one cord and could not connect to the internet. Unplugged it and plugged in another one and noticed it got Disabled, tried to enable it and it got the same thing "Connection Failed!" I went into the Device Manager and noticed that the Network Adapter was installed, but when I double clicked it, it said there "No Drivers are installed for this device" But the device does not have an Exclamation mark or an X or anything, Device manager shows it is "Installed" but the properties say it isn't. So I tried to update the driver, it found the files and started to update, but stalled, it shows animation that it is still doing something but hangs on that just repeating the animation. Like the other post said, it hangs there when trying to uninstall it, it hangs when trying to reinstall also. Tried to get a driver from Toshiba's website, downloaded, put on USB flash drive, plugged it into the laptop and the laptop does not notice the drive, the USB flash drive lights up, but no recognition by windows, same symptoms as one of the posts above. This does not seem to be a very EASY fix, I checked all my services, the right ones all seem to be on, going to post this then check all bios settings. Hard drive, ram and all that have been tested good. Going to post a redirct to this site from those two also. Help is Very well apprectiated, thanks in advance.