Join the community here , it only takes a minute. I use Windows Pro, so am not quite familiar with XP. Any chance there is an option in the BIOS to enable the gigbit ethernet controller? I hope this helps at least a little with those that have posted here, and if anyone has experienced the same problem I have, please let me know if you have found a solution. That’s simply your “firewire” adapter, and it is a network device, which is why it shows up in that area. Your name or email address:
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Initially specified production test routines don’t necessarily disclose all critical parametes for specific application scenarios. I’m running the final.
Gigabit Lan on Asus A7n8X-E not registering.
I do know that the LAN did work initially, then quit, and I still haven’t figured out why. That’s simply your “firewire” adapter, and it is a network device, which is why it shows up in that area.
My symptoms are exactly as stated by Ironbasher. I’ve been trying to figure it out for about a month now, I dunno. It is clear that even where the NIC shows some signs of life, precise installation procedures involving a long list of caveats are critical.
Has anyone figured this one out? I use Windows Pro, so am not quite familiar with XP. At the moment, I am using a pin power connector intead of the preferred pin. The LAN is probably toast, no doubt, nvidka for the great majority it appears to be working fine.
I have the same board and i am using the marvel lan, the onboard nvidia lan is disabled. Do you already have an account? The fact that it a7nn8x replaced would suggest that it had its problems too comments anybody?
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ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 Ultra 400 Series
Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Ask a question and give support. I tried to update the net adapter using the marvel driver but windows refuses to load them reporting that cuerrent driver is is the closest match. Ironbasher, Thanks, I’ll definitely let you know a7n8s I find, if anything. No, everything else is OK. A7n8z registered to say I have the exact same problem as Ironbasher.
It doesn’t harm anything but I don’t feel too confident with the solution. Join the community hereit only takes a minute.
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No, create an account now. Anyhow, still no effect. Any suggestions, or do I just have a faulty NIC chip?
Have you tried these Intel drivers? I have tried the enable jumper on the MOBO in both positions, just in case they got it wrong in the book, but to no avail. I have reloaded XP from absolute scratch clean drives, etcbut that did not solve the problem. Your name or email address: TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
Typically, some timing parameter is on the the limit making the whole thing ultra sensitive to the slightest variations in software, timing of associated circuitry or physical conditions.
Happy weekend, and I’ll let ya know if I find anything worthwhile or otherwise.
Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Is the jumper on the board properly set?