Try Michael's advice. If that doesn't do it, reinstall the driver.
Failing that, you can try a more drastic approach by going into Device
Manager & deleting the adapter. Reboot and see what happens. If it
still doesn't work, start mucking with hardware. Delete it from Device
Manager again if needed, power down, and either disabled the LAN adapter
in the PC's BIOS (if using an embedded adapter) or physically remove the
card (if using a plug-in adapter). Perform a normal boot so Windows
will think the adapter no longer exists. Power down again,
re-enable/install the adapter, reboot, re-install the driver.
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