Hi, I have a desktop pc with motherbord Mercury kvm266pm-u.
Physically I see a network-connector block amp 012500. I can't find this device in the system hardware list. Does this mean it is disactivated or broken? What can I do to enable it so that I can use an ADSL-modem?
Try your BIOS setup (usually accessed by pressing DELETE at the BIOS screen when you first turn the computer on) to be sure the on-board network connection is enabled.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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I lost my mother board CD.
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