*Takes deep breath ... I'll start from the beginning. Had a laptop with a separate 60GB SSD with Linux Mint 17.3 installled, that sat behind my Dell monitor, plugged into the laptop. Thieves broke into my home and stole the laptop, but luckily they unplugged all the cables and my 60GB SSD was left behind. Insurance gave me a new laptop (different model / Windows 10) and I connected my 60GB SSD with linux installed but it doesn't find ANY internet connections. Its been a frustrating few days. Google search "Linux, no wired, no ethernet, no wifi ...connection" bring up pages and pages of what I'll try and be calm and call useless information. Not once can I find any information that plainly says - this is how you set up wifi, this is how you find drivers, this is how you connect via ethernet cable ... From what I can gather on the old laptop, the network drivers where installed, plugged into this new laptop, those drivers won't work with new/different hardware? Everything else works, just no internet. That's including plugging in an ethernet cable directly from router into laptop. I've tried driver manager. It tells me to plug in ethernet cable or install disk. So I plug in both the ethernet cable and the install USB, it does something and shows me alternative videocard drivers I can try ... Is there a page, somewhere, that will give me plain instructions on how I can find what network hardware this new laptop has, and find and install the correct drivers for it? Or am I going about it wrong? I've spent the last few days getting rid of Windows 10 Home the new laptop came with, and the last 2 days trying to get this 60GB SSD with Linux installed to work with this new laptop. Cheers.