Zachery Calahan

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About Zachery Calahan

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  • Primary Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
    Linux
  • Secondary Operating System(s) - Optional
    Dual Boot Win10 and Ubuntu
  • System Hardware Specifications
    GTX 730
    Q6600 CPU 2.40 GHz
    6GB RAM
  1. I have no further questions, and I'm sure this will help anyone with the same problem.
  2. Instead of going out to buy a new card, (I am always short on money myself.) I decided it would be a great idea to just install Win7 instead of Win10. I did it for a whole day, but now it works! Totally worth the effort.
  3. I am currently uding only Win10. I have looked up many websites on my phone, and followed each of them to no result. I personally think it has something to do with the PCI Simple Communications Controler.
  4. Recently I went on amazon to buy a wireless card, and got the Wireless N PCI-E Adapter RNX-N250PCe (Label on the box). After using it I seem to find that my computer is connected to the network, but not the internet. Here is what I have done so far. Turned off my firewall/reset it Reinstall drivers. (I found out that there is no driver to my PCI Simple Communications Controller. I have no idea how to fix that...) Uninstall and reinstall drivers Re-seat the card in the computer Change the channel of the router Change the mode to 802.11b/g/n Rebooting the router I have these specs. (The computer was originally a Gateway - GT5628, but I replaced some parts.) EVGA GTX 730 6GB of RAM DG33SXG2 Motherboard Wireless N PCI-E Adapter RNX-N250PCe Inter Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 2.40 GHz If anyone could please help me, that would be fantastic!