|14 Nov 2009||#1|
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Manually adding Loopback Adapter
Ok, so following this tutorial (and a couple of others that basically say the same thing) to try to add a loop back adapter to my Windows 7 Enterprise 64 installation.
How to install a Loopback Adapter in Windows 7 | Windows Reference
Problem is, at step 5, my list doesn't look like that. I have no "manufactures" to choose from, I don't even see a manufactures heading! The entire field is just blank, still with the "have disk" button below.
And yes, I'm running as admin and on an admin account. Anything simple I'm missing here?
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