Network interface cards are the most practical way of connecting a stand-a-lone computer to a home or business network. Computers in a network communicate with other devices through protocols. A protocol is a set of files governing how data should travel across different platforms. This section provides an extensive overview of the network interface card.
How To Install A Network Interface Card In Windows XP Professional
This document will outline the steps required to install a DVD-ROM drive into your computer. You'll learn the basics of how to configure the drive for proper installation.
Guide To Networking, Network Interface Cards, and Home Networks
Theses series of pages will teach you about networking in a PC environment. You will learn the basics of how network interface cards work, how to setup your own LAN, and how to troubleshoot networking errors.