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click start control
panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to network
adapters could see a yellow question mark? right click install drivers hope this helpsif you cant find the driver hopefully one
of these will help you
Try http://192.168.0.1 - you don't enter www. in front of an IP. Check that this is actually your routers IP address by doing Start > Run. Type "cmd" without the quotes and press Ok. In the black window that pops up, type "ipconfig" without the quotes. You'll see something like this:
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
You only need the Ethernet if you want to connect to a network. If you can not get the onboard ethernet to work, you can always use a USB adapter. By the way, have you downloaded the drivers from nVidia?
If you are using one box (or modem/router) only, when your computer says media disconnected, it means that your computer does not detect your modem.
You can try unplugging and replugging the ethernet at the back of your computer or laptop. make sure that the light on the ethernet port is lit up (especially for desktops, not sure about laptops though).
You can also do the same process with the ethernet cable from your modem/router. if your modem/router has other ethernet ports in it, try to connect it to other ports as well. If your computer still says media disconnected, try purchasing or borrowing a new ethernet cable.
Also make sure that your ethernet adapter is working properly and that media disconnected follows after ethernet adapter local area connection and not wireless connection.
Hope this helps!
this is link for your ethernet card driver and windows xp will automatically find driver of ethernet card if its not find then just copy sp2.cab and i386.cab in to %systemroot%\system32\drivers folder and then try to install it manualy
If you are sure it is a motherboard problem relating to the on board ethernet connection, purchase a PCI slot ethernet card and see if using the card manufacturers drivers are better than the motherboard ethernet drivers.
Although i'm not sure how a slow connection is the motherboard problem, it maybe that it's SP2 thats the problem.
Have you checked the driver that is used for the onboard ethernet connection, it maybe you need to re-install original motherboard ethernet driver you got with it.