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shirttails
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Phoenix Bios D688/ foxtonn ethernet/ windows 7 install wiped ethernet driver

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new install of windiws 7 (64bit) wiped out the etherner adapter and sound drivers  how do i find a driver for the ethernet with no referencing.  all it says is foxtonn??

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What is the complete product name or product number on the service tag?

 

The service tag should be on the side or rear of your desktop PC.




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For laptops or desktop PCs, use the Fn+Esc keystroke while logged into Windows to locate the Product number (SKU)
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not sure what you mean. it is my daughters.   it was a refurbished desktop at the time of purchase.  there are acouple of tags stuck to it.  what exactly am I looking for?

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It will look like in the following  image which was graciously provided by  member @AxshunJaxun

 




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