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Here is my problem. I am running Mandrake 9.0 and every time I start the computer I can't connect to the internet. This is what I have been doing to fix it. I will run the Mandrake Control Center and redo the network profile and then when it restarts my network everything seems fine.
Then when I start my computer again I have the same problem until I do the above fix. I'm not sure what is causing this problem. It may be related to the fact that I used to have a different network card before I switched over the Realtek I have now. So it may be loading the driver for the old card when it boots but I'm just guessing.