Because of some problems, I decided to reinstall Windows XP. Everything went smoothly, until I got to the network connection. No connections show on the Network Connections page, and the network card has a question mark icon in the Device Manager. Checking the properties of the network card, it says no drivers were installed, so concluding what was wrong wasn't too hard. It's a D-Link DFE-530TX, so I went to the site of D-Link for a driver. It said the driver was integrated in the installation cd of Windows XP, but I found a downloadable one in the end. I installed it, and it asked for my opperation system, and Windows XP wasn't an option. I then chose Windows 98, figuring it couldn't harm, and installed it. Nothing happened. Trying three more versions of the same driver, on different locations, I finally found one that didn't make me choose between different OS. That didn't work either. So now, I don't really know what else I could do. Does anyone have an idea? Thank you. Oh, btw, until I can fix the problem, I have the new XP dualbooted with the old XP. The old one has no problem whatsoever with going on the internet, so it shouldn't be a problem with the hardware. Is there perhaps a way to get the driver from the old XP, to use it for the new one?