Ok, at first i used my own windows xp cd. And that's what you see now. Then I tried it again with the disk that came with with the computer. And it still didn't install the driver. And No, I can't seem to find my manual.You don't have all the drivers loaded,
Did you use the disks that came with the computer to install windows?
Is there another disk that came with the computer that says drivers?
Check the manual for the computer it should give instructions on how to reintall windows and drivers
is there a way to see what kind of motherboard I have without opening it.As Doby said, you need the motherboard drivers installed. If you look at the list you can see (among other things) "Ethernet Controller". It is listed under "Other Devices" because Windows knows it's then but doesn't know what to do with it. Without the Ethernet Controller you won't be able to access your router. If you've lost (or don't have) the CD that should have come with the system (driver disk) then tell us the make/model of your motherboard and we'll find the drivers for you.