Question about EliteGroup P4VMM2 Motherboard
I cant connect to the internet, but if you will try my internet line or dsl to other pc it will connect, i already bought a LAN card and installed it but still doesnt work... they said theres a problem wid my mother board... pls help me...
Download the driver here and try to renew it:
You just have to find the right mainboard number.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
Motherboard shouldn't be the problematic. if you can ping the live ip address but can't browse then it may be the resolving error and it should be fix from your internet service provider. In the otherhand there are some viruses which can block the browsing facility. you try with another browser like opera,firefox other than your current browser. update your antispyware and antivirus and do full system scan. and ask to ISP what level of security has been provided to you. basically ISP provide userlevel,IP based, MAC based security tell them to check it after you confirm there is no viruses,spyware or errors in your browser thanks Arun
Posted on Jul 21, 2007
Hi ianzky, If the PC with the ECS P4VMM2 motherboard is connected to a network with a hub or router check if you can see the other PCs assuming their sharing is turned on. If yes then it is possible that you have to simply set the IP Add, Subnet, specially the Internet gateway and DNS in your IP/Networking configuration of the P4VMM2 PC assuming you want to manually install these numbers and not to Auto Obtain. Just make sure you follow the numbers of the other PCs except for the last digit(s) of the P4VMM2 PC IP Add. If you can not see the other PCs in your network, then it is possible that your lan cable is defective, try checking if the lights in your hub/router and/or at the back of your lan card lits up when you plug your cable both ends. If yes then it is good if not you have to replace your cable. Since you installed a new LAN card, I will assume that you have checked if the drivers are installed in the Device Manager and there are no conflicts or yellow mark(s). Both versions of the ECS P4VMM2 (7.3 & 8.1) have built-in LAN, if you want to continue using the new lan card it might help conserve resources if you disable the built-in lan in your bios or use the original built-in lan instead and reconfigure. In Win XP, try uninstalling the lan in Device Manager, on reboot it will be auto reinstalled and you can manually configure again. If by a remote chance that you are using 98SE, try checking your root file MSDOS.sys and see if there is an entry that say Network=0, change it to 1. I doubt if the motherboard is defective since you already tried installing a new lan card. Good luck. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
Posted on Jul 21, 2007
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