Can not search online on you computer and get the error: Windows did not detect any networking hardware? It’s time to check your Ethernet card driver(or called network adapter driver). The missing or outdated network driver can always make your PC lose network connection. Go on with this post to get the correct driver for your computer.
Since you cannot access the Internet, you can choose to download the latest driver for your network adapter from another computer with Internet connection.
Insert a USB flash drive into another computer with Internet.
On the same computer, head to your Ethernet card manufacturer’s website.
Find and download the latest driver for your network adapter to your USB flash drive.
Note: The driver is always listed under support or driver download dialog.
After downloading driver, unplug your USB drive and plug it into the computer with error.
Then double-click the driver file to install it.
Reboot your computer to make the new driver take effect.
Check whether your computer can access the Internet.
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Note 2: After installing the new driver, please restart your computer to make the new driver take effect.