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Re: on board lan
My name is ArmyMason, Sounds like you aer having an issue with your On Board NIC. Let me ask you have you checked the BIOS to see if its enabled? If it is I would have to say you have a bad NIC and should consider going to the local Computer store and purchase a new NIC, they are cheap and can even be found at WalMart. This could have been a result from a electrical storm and could have caused damage to the NIC. Either way the cheapest solution is to buy a new NIC.
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Hi Good day!! What message of windows error? Check your network adapter in the device manager, if it is install if not pls try the following. 1. On the desktop right click "My computer and then properties" 2. go to Hardware tab and then click device manager check the network adapter. 3. Disable it and then re enable it. hope your on board lan will work now if still not re-install your lan driver through your motherboard cd.. pls reply o assist you more..
Go into the bios on your computer and shut down the onboard LAN, find a 3com or realtek LAN card and install it, windows has the drivers build in for most 3com cards, then you go to IBM site, download the drivers you need for the onboard LAN connection, remove the 3com card let the computer boot up, and when it asks for the driver point it to where you downloaded the drivers for the onboard LAN.
Hi there. Use the Dell tools system software CD to install the LAN (network) drivers, just pop the CD into the drive and install the CD, once it is installed a new window will pop up giving you an option to install drivers and/or utilities, just look for the LAN or network drivers and restart the PC when prompted the LAN drivers will be installed and you will be able to connect to the internet. Post back if you have anymore problems.
http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=420&OSID=1&CatID=1010&SubCatID=104 hello, i get all my via drivers from the via arena.(for all that is made by via) i looked up your motherboard, and came up with this, via vt8233 is your chipset- audio-lan-video-chipset driver for that board.you should do all the drivers. first the 4 in one via driver is for the chipset, then the audio-video and any others that are onboard.even if they work-these drivers are newer than the one xp has built in the install cd. so, good luck! if you need further assistance-reply. you wil be ok.please rate this solution. thank you
take the side of the computer off and look for the model number on your motherboard. you need to know if your using a network card or if its onboard Lan. if everything you need is onboard all you need to do is search your motherboard number on the internet and download the drivers. you need can select what you need, sound, lan etc. your goning to have to use a friends pc so you can download these files. when your Lan is installed go to the microsoft webpage and get the latest updates, that will solve the usb in your device manager