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Network card went bad and I have added a SMC 1255tx and I have removed the on board driver. When I turn off the computer it does not shut down it will reboot and the on board driver will install. How do I turn off the on board card?

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Go into your bios and turn it off there.

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Hi there
Go into the bios and disable the on-board LAN from there.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!

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