Check Control Panel > Device Manager > Network Adapters. Write down what you have, and start searching for drivers..However, there should have been a Windows driver loaded for it already with "plug and pray", and this can be checked with device manager also. Right click the adapter (or adapters if you're not sure which one) and look in the status box to see if the device is "working properly".I got :clonk: I missed the xtreme graphics driver.
One more ? it had a wireless card put in but I have no idea what & have nothing to load for it. How can this be addressed?
Wireless Device is not equal to wireless network card..You can have a wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, etc..Didn't have any luck with finding any wireless device. No big deal, I guess it would be just nice to have it.
Well, the first device you have on there looks like some kind of network sharing device that uses phone lines. You'll have to go to Intel and download the driver from there. Not sure if that device is even supported by XP or not. Looks like a legacy device that is either not supported or requires its own manufacturer driver to work.