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Installed new motherboard now LAN not found? How to fix

Needed new motherboard father in law installed now we do not have access to internet. if looking at the internet option there is no LAN on computer anylonger? How do we install or fix problem ad a LAN to computer?

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  • dandi91 Dec 23, 2008

    O.k. thanks for the reply. I will find out what if it has an onboard lan and will go from there.........

  • dandi91 Dec 23, 2008

    I guess the motherboard does have an onboard LAN. We'll go fom there.............

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Hello i m ravishankar from hubl 9611738396

so u installed a new mother board but u cant access the network
please chek out u r lan driver is confertable or not and check ur mother board RJ45 connector some times that is internally shotted.
then install fresh o s to u r pc. try it
than check u r network cable or modem and cable .

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Does the new motherboard have onboard LAN? If not you will need to install an ethernet or wireless card depending on your setup. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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    Roy Lonsinger Dec 23, 2008

    If it has onboard LAN then all you should need is the driver. Hope this helps.

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