I would like to start by stating that I am very much unfamilar with the more technical side of computers. However, my desktop is having some trouble and I am hoping that someone here can help me, or provide more information. \n\n\nLast evening, while I was browsing the internet, I lost the connection. The USB network adaptor is brand new so I knew that was not the problem. I ran the Malwarebytes Anti-Maleware full system scan, and also the Piriform C Cleaner scanner. \n\n\nI then checked the device manager and I found little yellow circles with exclamation points beside every network adapter driver. I tried to uninstall the drivers but when I did, a box popped up with the message "Failed to uninstall the device. The device may be required to boot up the computer."\n\nI then tried to put in the disc to reinstall a non corrupt version of the driver, but my computer did not seem to recognize the installation attempt. \n\n\nI have Microsoft Windows XP, Home Edition, 2002 Version, Service pack 3. \n\nThe following are photos that I took of my screen, and photos of the brand new USB network adapter that I am currently using. It was installed in April.\n\n\nThank you to anyone who reads this or is able to help. I appreciate it, greatly!