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Looks like a driver issue of your LAN card. Check their CD come with the computer and find the LAN driver or NIC driver no matter what it is called. Otherwise replace the LAN card in the chassis. Open the chassis and take out the LAN card and bring to the store so you can get the LAN card with same interface just in case you have a special interface on that card. It is cheap and with driver disc from store. Install the new card and the driver if necessary. Usually there is not much issue with the cable but you can check the cable to see if there is any tear and wear or missing pin on the jack.
The solution proposed by user 'Solutions58' seems to be about windows box since he is talking about 'Device Manager' RHEL4 or 5 detect compatible NIC cards during boot up process automatically. Sometimes NIC may be detected but may not work properly due to lack of proper driver (a.k.a Module - in Linux culture). Do this - 1. First find out from HP's web site if NIC for your model has Linux support. You can also use Google to find appropriate driver for your NIC. If yes then you need to follow instructions that are provided in the INSATLL file that comes bundled with the driver. 2. Otherwise buy a $10 NIC card which has Linux support. Disable your onboard NIC through your computer's BIOS and boot it. Linux should detect your NIC right away. 3. Following command can help you in your quest As root # dmesg | grep eth (Will show your detected NIC) # service network status (Will also show configured & active devices) # ifconfig -a (Will also show your network devices and related info) # system-config-network (will let you configure your NIC via GUI) (This would be your best choice) # system-config-newtowk-tui (Will give you a text base interface to configure your NIC)
try these links: http://wiki.onmac.net/index.php/Users/Drivers/Mac_Mini_DVI http://www.driversdown.com/drivers/Dell-Studio-1735-Notebook-Intel-GM965-Express-Chipset-Driver-v.22.214.171.1247-Windows-Vista-32-bit_81891.shtml