It is clear that even where the NIC shows some signs of life, precise installation procedures involving a long list of caveats are critical. Asus A7N8X -no ethernet drivers?! Just bought the A7N8X-E board and had a similar problem. Jun 19, Posts: Ironbasher, Thanks, I’ll definitely let you know what I find, if anything. In trying to fix the problem, I have disabled all unused hardware in the BIOS — in an attempt to free up resources. Hopefully all will be sorted this morning.
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If nothing works it could indeed be that the NIC is shot. Also thanks for mentioning SIW – hadn’t heard of that before – incredibly detailed system assessment, efhernet.
Happy weekend, and I’ll let ya know if I find anything worthwhile or otherwise. Curious, what BIOS rev are you guys running? May 10, Posts: They all contain a. In fact, none of the other hardware sites I frequent mention this problem anywhere, even once.
Any suggestions, or do I a7nn8x have a faulty NIC chip? It is clear that even where the NIC shows some signs of life, precise installation procedures involving a long list of caveats are critical. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Many thanks for all the replies, and the links.
I think windows is confusing the IEEE device for the gigabyte lan adapter. I’m wondering if it’s the same with mine, but mine is just periodic, not constant. Again, this thread about somes up Etherner reports of this issue, lol, we are it. Thanks again for the help. Have you got the latest version of AIDA32?
OK, so they got away with it in most cases! I too am having the same problem with getting winXP to reconize the marvel driver for this board.
Perhaps Shiney could tell me if his Gigabit controller advertises its presence anywhere – even if the LAN is disconnected. In trying to fix the problem, I have disabled all unused hardware in the BIOS — in an attempt to free up resources.
Personally, I have given up – unless somebody comes up with some entirely new insight.
Asus A7N8X -no ethernet drivers?!
Is the jumper on the board properly set? That’s simply your “firewire” adapter, and it is a network device, which is a7j8x it shows up in that area. Do that and I’ll send you the drivers if I can find the CD. Your name or email address: Jun 19, Posts: I’m gonna try a different BIOS revision though, any chance you could check and let me know what rev you are running?
I am also sure it was the right jumper!!! Found this on the web: No, create an account now. Thanks for the replies. In any event, thanks for your and everybody else’s interest and suggestions. Has anyone figured this one out? Jul 2, at 4: Ironbasher, Thanks, I’ll definitely let you know what I find, if anything.