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Nic hello i'am having problems with the nic no internet have added another pci card and no diff. it installs it but does not work..any ideas???

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Have an HP pavilion a340n that I have restored, now can't get any network driver to work. Doesn't recognize the on board or any NIC card I try to install. The only card it reads I can not find a...


a340, circa 2003? wow, old...Goodwill has them way newer why use this old dog ?
why post lacking what OS this is?
xp dead
Vista dead
3com drivers, dead. about year 2000 dead, 17 years dead.
Windows 7 does not support many old chips.
nor does 10. (worse)
so?

if motivated to make NIC work
why not just buy a new NIC card from say newegg
or is this restore, a go back to windows 95,
back in the hey day of 3com, HP owns 3com now
but the those products all died back 17 long years ago
3com NICs 3C905 card, or the like?

I can run the PCI scanner on that PC
its a free program and get the
MFG code and device code. telling what chips both are.
nic and on board.

go here, find what matches your unstated os
buy it and it works.
PCI card, Rosewell.? $9 says comes with CD
says does all OS , see that?


https://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100158104%201100858365%20600016289%20600013857&IsNodeId=1&Description=nic%20card&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=36/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=nic+card&N=-1&isNodeId=1




ever use a PCI scanner to ID that on board chip
hell both .

http://pcdied.com/pci-101.html


if 9bucks is too much, only this scanner can tell you whats there in hardware.
the HP books are gone. long ago.

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Dell Inspiron ethernet card plug bad, either send tower to Dell for 3 weeks or replace and bypass with new ethernet card PCI, any problems with doing this?


There should not be any problem with you buying your own PCI ethernet card and install it yourself. They are not that expensive. www.newegg.com has on for only $7.99 and it will work fine in your computer. It does not need to be from Dell.

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NICs usually come in PCI interfaces. motherboards have usually four PCI slots to hold many devices such as NIC. just slide the card and fit it into the PCI slot. It could take any of the slots where it fits. the OS will detect it and loads the necessary drivers.

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How do I replace the nic card in my computer?


a Nic card is a simple device (Network Interface Card) presumably a desktop machine I suppose. Just go to a local ABC warehouse or Walmart and by a new Network Adapter "NIC" PCI card and install with the drivers provided. Should be around $12-25.00 depending on the model... this should work:
http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=2067722&findingMethod=rr

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Help


A NIC is a Network Iterface Card. Usually installed so a computer can log onto a network or use High speed internet. You can get these as internal devices ad PCI cards or externally as USB. If you go the SB route all ou have to do is plug it in, install the drivers and you're good to go. If you get an internal PCI card. You have to physically open up the case and install it (which is quite easy) and once again install some software. Either way they both come with pretty easy to follow instructions if you get lost or confused.
If you would like some suggestions as to which one to buy, just message me back and tell me where you live.
Ciza

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Can I add a NIC card to my compaq presario pc sr5250nx? I keep loosing my internet connection every five minutes and have to reboot the computer to reconnect


you should be able to
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00840496.pdf

if your system is still within warranty I would think twice about opening the case yourself to installing a new network card.. you will be voiding your warranty.. so think about it

another thing i would try before deciding on going for another network card is to check your onboard network adapter has updated drivers... or you may want to reinstall the drivers for that adapter.. either one of those may probably fix your issue assuming is not a hardware failing given that your system may not be that old.... make sure you check the windows update and look for any new hardware driver for your network adapter that may be avaliable through windows update.

before you install your new network pci card you may have/want to disable the one on board going into your bios for that. so to ensure there's no resource conflicts when installing the driver for your new card (it may not be a problem even if you don't but if you run into problems while installing the new card consider this suggestion)

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IBM Netvista PCI/PNP Slot 3 Error


I had to remove the old network card and replace it with a new one to resolve the issue.

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