No, everything else is OK. I’m running the final. The gigabyte lan cannot be turned on or off in the bios it is activated by the jumpeer onboard ,but the Ieee device is switched in the bios. If nothing works it could indeed be that the NIC is shot. Again, this thread about somes up ALL reports of this issue, lol, we are it.
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I hope this helps at least a little with those that have posted here, x7n8x if anyone has experienced the same problem I have, please let me know if you have found a solution. I’m not sure if this is related to the LAN problem, but I have two items in my device manager that still cannot find enough free resources to load: I think windows is confusing the IEEE device for the gigabyte lan adapter.
Do you already have an account? Your name or email address: On my non -E this works great. In fact, none of the other hardware sites I frequent mention this problem anywhere, even once. At the moment, I am using a pin power connector intead of the preferred pin. Just registered to say I have the exact same problem as Ironbasher.
Yes, my password is: As far as backward compatibility, the Marvell adapter should work fine without any tweaking on any network, it just adds the ability for the faster transfer.
Gigabit Lan on Asus A7n8X-E not registering.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. I suppose it’s still under warranty. I have two of those in my device manager, one from my motherboard, and one from my sound card Audigy2. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. It is clear that even where the NIC shows some signs of life, precise installation procedures involving a long list of caveats are critical.
In any event, thanks for the suggestions. Already have an account? Yes, I have nfidia the a7n8z in both positions just to be sure see my original posting.
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TechSpot is dedicated lna computer enthusiasts and power users. Taking into account your observation that problems in this area do not appear to be widely reported, I tend to agree with you that I probably have a dead Gigabyte NIC.
Also, I forgot to mention that the Marvell Lan driver I aa7n8x attempting to install was the still current version, 6. I’m gonna try a different BIOS revision though, any chance you could check and let me know what rev you are running? Perhaps Shiney could tell me if his Gigabit controller advertises its presence anywhere – even if the LAN is disconnected.
I installed the Yukon miniport driver that came with the MOBO and got an OK that the installation was successful – but that had no effect on anything. Anyhow, still no effect.
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TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. OK, so they got away with it in most cases!
I do know that the LAN did work initially, then quit, and I still haven’t figured out why. Any suggestions, or do I just have a faulty NIC chip? Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment.
ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 Ultra 400 Series
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No, create an account now. Is the jumper on the board properly set?