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I'll let cyclic answer "How do I get the info you need about my mother board?" But I'll jump in on cyclic's question to you about your computer being a "clone". I assumed when I read "I'm running Windows 7 32 bit on a clone." in your OP that you were attempting to convey that the computer is not a name brand like Dell, HP, ... It is a "clone" as described here.
Question, if you manually go into Windows update, do you see an optional update for the network adapter that you have running now? The reason that I ask is - I was attempting to figure out how the network adapter(s) went missing in the first place. Maybe an update failed... but it seems unlikely that you would lose the WiFi and hard wired adapter at the same time - unless they had the same bad update.
:::grasping at straws here:::
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