Aw man, I really thought that was going to do the trick Celegrom, but unfortunately I'm still not connect to the internet in XP. On the USB Ethernet piece, there are 3 green dots. One is lit up and it's labeled 100, the other two, ACT and 10 are not lit up. Also, where would I find the disc with my motherboard drivers? The computer is an old Gateway that originally had windows 98. Would I be able to download the motherboard drivers from the internet if I didn't have a disc anymore? Thanks
EDIT: Is it possible that my adapter is too old? I just found the floppy disk that came with it and it says released 2001 and has nothing about Windows XP in the read-me. Maybe I just need a newer adapter?
I think this is the newer model of what I have. Should I get this one?
EDIT 3: Intel Warm Springs WS440BX -- That's the name of the mobo in the computer.
EDIT 4: Would I be able to buy a network card? If needed I can give more parts of the PC to tell if it would work.