Last modified by Martin Výlet on 03.08.2023 12:57

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1 **Displaying network devices in Device Manager in Windows:**
3 1. **a)** View the dialog **Basic information about computer** using the key shortcut [[image:win_klavesa.png||style="vertical-align:top"]]+Pause [[image:win_klavesa.png||style="vertical-align:top"]]+Fn+Pause on notebook) and proceed via **Device Manager**//.//
4 \\**b)** Click on the **Search** icon and start typing "**device manager**". In the **Best Match** section, select the **Device Manager** application.
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7 1. Show network adapter in the Device Manager and check if e.g. you have prohibited network connection adapter (icon with an exclamation mark), if there is a warning or error in properties of the adapter etc.
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10 1. Check if you don't have address of the network card set manually by entering field Value in Properties which can be marked as Network Address, Locally Administered Address, Locally administered address, Local network address etc.
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13 1. In some cases it's suitable to return changes on driver if updated driver causes troubles.
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