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    Default Troubleshooting Network Cards

    Recently my LAN refused to work and I suspected it to be my on-board network card .inf files because of what I did: (I ran Dell Optiplex 330 vista network drivers instead for Windows XP one and it installed the .inf files to the registry). I tried troubleshooting by checking the error logs during boot-up as my system sometimes was hanging at start up but I couldn't understand the error log created).

    When I installed a PCI network card and disabled the onboard one via BIOS, the system worked perfectly! How can I remove these .inf files?

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    Jan 2008
    U.K East Anglia

    Default Re: Troubleshooting Network Cards

    Hmm, if this is a windows system you wish to remove .inf files from,they are probably in the win32 folder. But, for linux,it doesn't use inf files AFAIK

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