Question about EliteGroup 915G-M Motherboard
The onboard lan was abit slow so i decided to disable it and install a PCI lan instead, but after installing the PCI Lan card it didn't seem to have any better performance. So i decided to reactivate the onboard lan , but unfortunately I don't think that it is functioning well because even if I manually assign an IP adress at the end it owuld still say that it has no IP adress. (run command/ cmd / ipconfig / all) it would show there that there is no IP address assigned to it. Please help...
Hi, well now you have windows registry confused. The PCI card may have come with software & you installed it. (See if its listed in add/remove programs & uninstall it), than go to this link & download the free software to clean your registry. (Keep the onboard lan disabled in the bios).
When the program finishes close the program & shut down the system. Than boot the system & enter the bios. Enable the onboard lan. Save & exit. With any luck windows will see your lan & ask for the software. You can use the CD to guide windows to the lad driver software or you can download it from ECS. The online lan may be a bit newer or may not be. Click here to go to ECS web site:
If you are running XP install through windows device manager.
Run into trouble, just let me know what the trouble is & we'll go from there.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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