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Emachine T3624 NIC Problem

XP will not find and configure on board ethernet NIC. I bought a new PCI NIC. How do I disable onboard NIC?

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Shut the computer off at the beginning of the bootup process look for the function key or keyboard button to get into the bios setup. Press that button and look in the settings to disable the onboard network adaptor.

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First off I would troubleshoot the NIC onboard, but if it is not working then you should have an available PCI slot to install a new NIC. However you will also have to disable the onboard NIC in the BIOS.

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Click --Start --run-- type in cmd and hit <enter> (this will bring up the dos box)

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