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Make sure your bios setting has the LAN [Enabled]
The LAN driver is part of the Chipset driver. Click on the link provided; http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us Pick: Option 2: Automatically find drivers for my NVIDIA products.
Than click the motherboard drivers button. nVidia will scan your system & pick the correct chipset driver's for your board. Read any & all information on each nVIDIA's page. Once completed restart your system. Eveything should work out ok.
Your SLI drivers as you mentioned were installed when your chipset drivers were installed. (NVIDIA nForce CK804 Chipset Driver). If you use 1 PCI-E graphics card the bios will need to be adjusted to [Auto]. Using 2 PCI-E graphics cards you must install the EZ selector card correctly. See page 4-20 section 4.4 Adjust; SLI Configuration. Than see section 4.4.6 in your manual Open the Asus link below if you need drivers for your M2N-E SLI; http://www.asus.com/Search.aspx?SearchKey=M2N-E%20SLI This may seem a bit tricky but its not. First time around the bios settings using SLI graphics cards will appears tough but you'll get it. Cheers! Mike