The 'network card' in the 'screenshot is an 'Ethernet adapter' (Wired) and it wouldn't show up in 'Manage Wireless networks'. A separate wireless adapter' needs to be installed in the system (apart from the Ethernet Card); only then it may reflect its presence in 'Windows'.
If you have a 'wireless card' installed as well, please ensure that it is properly seated (PCI or USB). Once done, you may confirm its presence in the 'Device Manager' (and ensure that its drivers are installed). Once done, the card's activity is likely to be seen in 'manage Wireless Networks'. Also share if you've used 'Wireless' on this computer before. If yes, when did it last work?
It appears that you are trying to use a 'wired internet' connection currently. Please check the following and share the relevant details:
- Is the computer connected to a 'Router or a modem'? Mention the make/model related details of the modem & the router in use.
- Is it a cable modem or a DSL?
- Open 'Command prompt' (Start > Type 'cmd' in search text-box > Tap 'Enter') > Type 'ipconfig /all' (Without quotations) and tap 'Enter'
- Capture and share the details
- Try using another computer on this network (if available), to see if that works
Hope this helps. Do reply with the findings; will take it forward.