I formatted my Averatec 7100 series (AV7115-EH1) I even tore it apart far enough so I could find the Ethernet chip. It's a Agere 1310i And from what I can see there isn't any binary (windows) drivers for it out there. From what I could and couldn't find, stupid ********* doesn't have the lan drivers for XP on their site either. They do have the 64-bit drivers though...
I Googled "131x drivers" and found the file 7100_XP_ETHERNET_6_0_2900_2180.exe but they all linked to a Averatec download page that didn't exist. I then used a download link for another driver file on Averatec and pasted the filename and here's what I got and it works!
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