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Cant get router to work on windows xp profeessional x64 edition with m2n4-sli motherboard

Hi I cant get on the internet im using a router which works fine on another machine which has a 32 bit operating system on it but it wont even recognise it if im using the my 64 bit os windows platform im using a m2n4-sli board

Im sure its a driver compatiblility issue as the original drivers disk also wont get the router working which driver,s do I need and where would they be so I can get my operating system to recognize the router and be able to get
on-line

Asus M2N4-SLI motherboard
AMD athlon 5200+ X2 64
Windows xp professional x64 Edition
4 gb ddr2 memory

Zyxel P- 660R D1 router

Thx

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  • oggmeista Sep 16, 2008

    My answer I know is not related to the router but to the motherboard as ive had this problem before but managed to accidently stumble upon the answer this time im not having that luck
    Also I had this issue with a modem previously and this time i found a site with what seemed to be the exact drivers for my modem and indeed the modem was working but it wouldnt connect; thats when i finally convinced my previous isp that I needed a router..........


  • oggmeista Sep 17, 2008

    Hehe yeah I did all this but i need to know which driver im needing thank you for responding so quickly

  • oggmeista Sep 18, 2008

    Not sure how to find this out and erm I cant get online with that machine .

    But thx 4 trying again)

    PS Im getting absoloutley nothing after posting this at the asus forum..........


  • oggmeista Sep 18, 2008

    Hi

    Well following on from what u asked dogcatbyme and checking the board itself couldnt find anything but checking the DOS screen on start up I found this:

    Award BIOS V6.00PG
    bios 601
    nforce4
    Asus M2N4-SLI rev 1.026

    So I followed the link you gave and found this driver:

    nforce4 AMD SLI

    im now downloading it, though im not hopefull this will sort it, as I have been on the asus site downloading all the necessary drivers but its worth a try

    Youll know if this doesnt work as ill post again

    thx


    Peace



  • oggmeista Sep 18, 2008

    EDIT driver found is for :windows xp pro 64bit :]

  • oggmeista Sep 20, 2008

    Dammit it didnt work have to see if I have more luck on the Asus site though the fact that the text support form had a crucial bug at the moment basically means I cant use it.

    thx though If you can find anything else ill be all ears

    Peace

  • chrissears1 Feb 07, 2014

    Thsi is NOT the question I asked. You guys are Useless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If you go to..
zyxel.com support and downloads you can find the latest firmware and drivers for your device. also user guides if yours missing.
you can also use the contact us (top right) to contact tech support for assistance.
sorry not much help

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  • Ken Newberg Sep 17, 2008

    if you are looking for the drivers for your motherboard go to...

    asus.com/download/download.aspx?

    you can use the asus navagation wizard--easiest

    OR

    on the right side under general download..

    select product--motherboard

    select series--socket am2/am2+

    select models--M2N4-SLI

  • Ken Newberg Sep 17, 2008

    do you have the nvidia nforce 500 lan chipset on your motherboard?

    what specific info can you give, ie, 520/550/570sli?

    or you can go to http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.asp...

    use their auto find if not sure exact chipset to get their latest upgrade.

    still not much help sorry

  • Ken Newberg Sep 22, 2008

    don't know if you have solved your router problem yet but there is one other solution, i've had to do this to one i had. i use this as a last resort if for some reason my os, router and modem cannot connect.

    the modem and router have to be bridged so that the router actually acts as the internet connection, yet the modem still commands the server connection.

    it works fine with no problems.

    router tech support will have to help you do the bridging. just explain what you need to do and follow along. it really is simple.

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