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I have a Medion MD96489 with Vista Basic. I cannot connect to the internet using the LAN port. On checking in Device Manager the Network has two drivers assigned to it, Realtek and Via. With the Realtek one enabled and the VIA one disabled I get a red cross though the LAN icon in the System tray with the VIA one enabled and the Realtek one disabled I get a blue circle in the System tray icon. However I am still unable to connect to the internet. Can you help in this matter please.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the device manager is not detecting the network device it is not going to work. turn off the laptop and remove the network/modem device located on the bottom of the laptop, then restart the laptop, now shutdown the laptop again and reinstall the device restart the laptop if device manager still does not detect the device then it is defective and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
DI-624 (Update to FW 2.70+)
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
Try the vista driver listed here
Posted on May 01, 2008
My system Network adapter is not working. so i checked another one external card connect , at the time internal card automatically worked? how ? pls tell me i am very confuse
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Similar problem with XP Pro SP2, Intel 82562V-2 10/100 on Dell Vostro, Belkin G router. Windows will often say network cable is disconnected. I haven't isolated the problem to power management, but I wouldn't be surprised after seeing your post. Tried different cables, ports, and no other network devices have the problem. I just tried tuning off "reduce link speed during standby" in the network driver options maybe that will fix it. Before here are the things I would have to do to get it to work: unplug cable, wait (for several seconds), plug it back in, retry, retry, or restart the computer. When it isn't working there are no ethernet LED's on, if the lights come on when I replug the cable in then it works, but this does not always happen.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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