So how do you troubleshoot this service pack 2 issues. Fortunately, the methods to solve the service pack 2 problem shouldn't prove to be difficult to execute and will be introduced in coming content. To ensure the service pack 2 issues don't appear in the future you may need to try these trouble-shooting steps in given order. I suggest you read through them to get an idea of what most likely applies to your situation.
To uninstall a program from Windows 7:
1. Navigate to the Windows start menu by clicking on the Windows logo (Start) button.
2. When the Start Menu opens, select "Control Panel".
3. Depending on your view options either click on "uninstall a program" or "program and features".
4. When the programs and features window opens select the program your want to uninstall from the list and click on the "Uninstall" button.
5. Confirm that you want to uninstall a program by clicking on the "Yes" button.
Network adapter is also named Network Interface Card, it is an expansion card which used to enable your computer to access to network. You can use network adapter to connect both wired network and WiFi.
Check NETWORK ADAPTOR connection
1.Press Win key, the Start Menu will show up, right click on computer, and choose Manage.
2.On the new appeared computer management window, clicking Device manager on the left bar, and then all the devices on your computer will be listed on the right side. Locate and double-click on Network adapters, you can see the network adaptor on your computer now.
Download NETWORK ADAPTOR driver
1.Prepare another computer which can connect to internet.
2.Find the driver download page on the official website of your computer brand and model.
3.On the download page, locate the right download link of your computer, if your computer is 32-bit then choose 32-bit link, or else choose 64-bit link, click to download.
4.Copy downloaded installation package to the computer you want to install, un-zip it, open unzipped folder, double click on setup.exe, install process will start.
5.Follow the common installation progress: accept the License Agreement and click Next to finish the installation.
6.Restart your computer, run Device manager to check whether the driver has been installed.
Update NETWORK ADAPTOR driver
button, type device in the search box, right click on Device Manager in the searching result and choose Open.
2.The Device manager window will appear, locate and double click on Network Adapters, you will find the adapter below of your pc, right click on it and select
MODIFY NETWORK ADAPTOR SETTINGS
1.Click Start button on the left bottom corner of taskbar, click Control Panel.
2.On new appeared All control panel window, locate and click on Device Manger.
3.Device Manager window will open, find and double click on Network Adapters category and find your adapter, right click on it and choose Properties.
4.Navigate to Advanced tab, change settings according to your requirement.