Quick set-up story: Running Win7. Computer is plugged into an outlet that is connected to a lightswitch (great idea, yea? it's how the house was set up before we moved in. the whole outlet (top and bottom) are set up to a switch on the wall... none of the other outlets in the room are, but it's the only one that is close to where a computer would fit *grumble*). We just don't hit that switch. Unless it's an accident. Anyhoo, the switch was hit yesterday, whilst i was using the 'puter. It reboots, and won't connect to the net. I start fiddling around with things, and come to realize that i'm missing the drive for my network adapter (built in cat5 jack). I tried the Win7 install cd... couldn't "find" the driver there. Tried a quick scan of my system, nothing there. (ps, i can't search online from said computer... because of it being the network adapter driver thats borked ) Wtf? Really? A power outage could cause a driver to disappear? Is there a way i can find a replacement driver? Does it have to be specific? Is there anything i need to know directly? Or should i just say eff it, and do a wipe/reinstall of 7? (i JUST got this computer up and running about a week ago, so i'm not deleting anything major... i just don't want to spend time doing it ) Any thoughts?