I’m a newbie to routers, so bare with me... I’m trying to get a computer (running NT4) connected to the internet using a NetGear DG834G v2 ADSL router. I couldn’t connect to the router by typing http://192.168.0.1 in the browsers address field, so the window for admin and password didn’t show. I tried using the NetGear instulation CD but the only OS not listed is NT. I tried the Windows 2000 instructions but got lost because it’s different from NT. I contacted NetGear support, and they said because there was nothing listed under Network > Network Adapters, that’s why my network card has no IP, and that’s why I wasn’t able to complete the log-in procedure. So although I’ve successfully used this computer networked to another computer, using this card and a cable, it appears the card wasn’t fully installed properly by the computer vendor. I’ve examined the card, and run a few s/n off it thru Google, and I think it’s an Intel EtherExpress Pro of some description. I’m not sure what I’m suppose to do, but I went to My Computer > Control Panel > Network > Adapters > Add > Select Network Adapter, and there are various card options listed: Intel EtherExpress Pro Ethernet Adapter Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 PCI LAN Adapter Intel EtherExpress Pro/10+ ISA Adapter Intel EtherExpress Pro/10+ PCI Adapter Intel EtherExpress Pro/100B PCI Adapter I guessed on the one highlighted. It then says ‘Windows needs to copy some Windows NT files’ – ‘Setup will look for the files in the location specified below - D:\I386\ ‘. So then under Network Adapters appears.. ‘Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 PCI Adapter’. I then close that window and up pops Microsoft TCP/IP Properties > IP Address and it asks to be specified an IP Address. I’ve no idea what to put in there. But there’s also an option for ‘Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server’. So I use that option and click Okay and it automatically reboots computer. When it does a window appears saying atleast one driver has failed on boot-up – which I don’t usually get. So then I try opening the browser and try typing http://192.168.0.1 , but again it doesn’t produce the admin and password window. So that’s where I’m at, if anyone can help?