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Cannot Complete the Network Setup..

How can i configure my network card. and device driver? the cable is ok. my os is windows xp pack 2. When i install the vista driver cd installer, i open the Driver\LAN\Attansic\AsusSetup.exe the error says " Installer can't find Attansic L1 ethernet controller on your system " install progress is now terminated. When i open the ASUS InstAll- driver installation wizard autoRun Error:2- Cannot execute E:\Bin\ASUSInstAll\InstAll.exe 00 i install in network adapters is NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller but im stil have a problem in networking and internet they not works. i have two CD installer the M2N-MX (Nvidia MCP61P Chipset Support CD Rev.251.01 and the Visa Driver Upgrade Kit... i install the two but they not in autorun i expolore the file to install.

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    My integrated ethernet port do not pass trohugt my adsl router even if it properly work inside my lan. Access is with DHCP setting and work with an USB ethernet adaptor from ASUS with the same setting of wired port.

  • Scorpion_007 Nov 22, 2007

    When autorun takes place this is the error which is seen Error:2- Cannot execute E:\Bin\ASUSInstAll\InstAll.exe 00 n i m using Windows XP my Network drivers r not installed hence cant use my broadband.

    Please help as soon as possible

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2007

    i have the same problem as the first person. i am running vista 64 bit.
    it used to work, and sudenly nothing. the light is redish, orange.

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2007

    I had the same prob also. I had to reserve irq 15 (ide sec) to get my windows to install (on ide hard drive). After i updated via cd to sp2 I installed the drivers etc from the cd given with the motherboard, and i didn't have any network devices at all.



    I fixed mine by loading the defult bios settings, and running the auto driver installer program.

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2007

    Just recently bought PC with Asus M2N-MX SE motherboard.We run Vista 32 on it and we dont have the internet connection.We tryed everything from calling the Net supplyer (on their side connection is cool).It"s the comp blocking it.Please help!!!.....

  • graghu Jan 02, 2008

    when i tryed to upgrade my machine from windows xp with sp2 to vista it asked for drivers cd ,but when i inserted the Nvindia MCP61P CHIPSET SUPPORT CD vista is says no DRIVERS FOND AND I COULS NOT install my vista so i had to terminate my installtion.

    Please help me in this regard..

  • luckydoll Nov 02, 2008

    i have checked my bios and the onboard LAN are enabledand in auto, but still ,cant get the LAN to work, and i checked the CD installer it doesnt have a LAN driver

  • elliott4932 Jan 12, 2009

    Trying to get internet connection using Windows 2000 pro on a hp computer with a P4B MX motherboard drivers are installed cable is plugged in but it keeps stating that the cable is unplugged.

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Do you have your LAN adapter turned on in your BIOS - if you do not then that is your problem. also are you using XP or Vista. You can't load the vista driver for XP. Let me know these things and i can help you.

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Will you please give me all the drivers of asus k8v-mx motherboard

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Had same problem: " Installer can't find Attansic L1 ethernet controller on your system "
and i wonder WHEN i disabled LAN from BIOS???
anywey i enabled it ( P5K BIOS ) and works.

THANX Panth3on!!!!

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Will u plz giv me the Asus M2N-MX SE Mother board drivers...

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Networking Issues


Problem: Network Cable Unplugged

Description: Don’t take this message literally - there are many causes besides not having a cable physically plugged into the network card. The message really means that the network card doesn’t detect a live link to another device on the other end of the cable.

Possible Solutions:
Download and install the latest network card driver program.
Check the cabling - a bad cable will prevent link detection. Substitute a cable that’s known to be good.
Check the link lights on the device on the other end of the cable, whether it’s a hub, switch, router, or a NIC in another computer. It should show a live link to the NIC. If it doesn’t, try a different port.
Auto-detecting speed and duplex mode can be unreliable. Set them manually. Most routers and switches use 100Mb, full duplex. Hubs can only use half duplex.
Problem: Renewing a DHCP lease fails, with error message “An error occurred while renewing interface <name>: The system cannot find the file specified.”

Problem: Network connection configured to obtain an IP address automatically has IP address 0.0.0.0

Solution: Make sure that the DHCP Client service is running:
Right click My Computer, and click Manage.
Double click Services and Applications.
Double click Services.
Double click DHCP Client. If the Service status is Stopped, click Start.
Set the Startup type to Automatic.
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Description: The network card is configured to obtain an IP address automatically, and it’s connected to a network with a DHCP server: hardware router, another computer running Internet Connection Sharing, cable modem, DSL modem, etc. But it gets a 169.254.x.x IP address, which indicates that it can’t communicate with the DHCP server:

Possible Solutions:
Connect the computer using a different Ethernet cable or hub/switch/router port.
Download and install the latest firmware for the hardware router.
Disable XP’s Internet Connection Firewall <../xp/ic_firewall.htm> on the local area network connection.
The card is configured to automatically sense network speed and duplex mode, but auto-sensing is failing. Configure the speed and duplex mode manually. For example, most switches and routers use 100 Mb speed and full duplex. To make the settings, right click the network connection and click Properties | Configure | Advanced.
Un-install the network card and move it to a different slot.
If you have a cable modem connection, turn off the computer, turn off the cable modem, and wait a few minutes. Turn on the cable modem, and then turn on the computer.
Problem: Renewing a DHCP lease fails, with error message “An error occurred while renewing interface <name>: The system cannot find the file specified.”

Problem: Network connection configured to obtain an IP address automatically has IP address 0.0.0.0

Solution: Make sure that the DHCP Client service is running:
Right click My Computer, and click Manage.
Double click Services and Applications.
Double click Services.
Double click DHCP Client. If the Service status is Stopped, click Start.
Set the Startup type to Automatic.
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Solution:
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Right click My Computer and select Manage.
Double click Services and Applications.
Double click Services.
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Windows XP: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\Etc\Hosts
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Description: The disk or folder is shared correctly on another computer, but it doesn’t appear.
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Problem: XP's Network Setup Wizard Says That No Network Card Is Installed

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Unable to use the wireless setup wizard - I am trying to connect my pc with my wireless printer. When I try to use the setup wizard on the pc it says depending on the wireless software installed on this pc...


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  3. loose lan cable. check using a lan cable tester device.
  4. bad router or router setup.
  5. bad dsl or modem setup.
  6. bad telephone connection. check also telephone cable.
  7. no internet service, call your ISP.
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Go through each from one to ten, see which one is the fault.

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Please check tour wireless adapter if its working and properly installed in your computer. Here's how to do it;

Checking Device Status on the Device Manager

For Windows 2000 or XP:

1. Click on Start, go to Settings and then Control Panel.
2. Click on System, go to Hardware and then Device Manager.
3. Click the (+) sign on Network Adapters and select the adapter.
4. Double click on it and read the Device Status.

If your wireless adapter is not working and installed properly, you have to re-install the wireless adapter software driver. When the wireless adapter is already properly installed you can follow this steps below;

Enabling Wireless Zero Configuration Utility

1. Please click on Start, Run and type in services.msc and click on OK.
2. Scroll down and look for Wireless Zero Configuration. Right click on it and click on Start.
3. Right click on Wireless Zero Configuration again and click on Properties.
4. Under the General tab, set the Start up Type to Automatic and Service Status to Started. Then, click on Apply and OK.

Connecting Through Wireless Zero Configuration (Windows XP SP1 and SP2)

For Windows XP Service Pack 1:

1. Please right click on the Wireless icon on the right lower end portion of your computer. Then, click on View Available Wireless Networks.
2. Click on the Advanced tab.
3. Please delete all the preferred networks then click on OK.
4. Right click on the Wireless icon again and click on View Available Wireless Networks.
5. Please select your network and click on Connect. If you have Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or Wi-fi Protected Access (WPA) enabled on the router, it will ask you for the network key. Please type in the Network Key and then confirm it.
6. Make sure not to enable IEEE and then click on Connect.

For Windows XP Service Pack 2:

1. Please right click on the Wireless icon on the right lower end portion of your computer. Then, click on View Available Wireless Networks.
2. Click on the Change Advanced Settings.
3. Click on the Wireless Networks tab remove all the preferred networks then click on OK.
4. Right click on the Wireless icon then click on View Available Wireless Networks.
5. Select your network and click on Connect.
6. If you have Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) enabled on the router, it will ask you for the network key. Type in the network key and confirm it. Then click on Connect.

Note: You may use the wireless utility of your wireless adapter in connecting to the wireless network but you need to clear "Use Windows to configure my wireless networks" on the Wireless Networks tab.

Connecting to a Wireless Network on Windows Vista:

a. Click Start then select Connect To.
b. Connect to a network window will show up.
c. Select your wireless network's name or SSID and click Connect.
d. It will ask you for a network key. Type in your wireless network key on the field provided. Then, click on Connect.

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Can't connect to my router anymore (WEP encrypted).


Hi deray953,

First we need to remove the previous profile in your wireless network. I believe you know the SSID for wireless connection using WEP security. You can check this by going to;

Using Windows XP SP2/3
1. "Control Panel" > Switch control panel to classic view ( look at the upper left side ). > Double click "Network Connections" > Right click "Wireless Network Connections" > choose "Properties"> Click the Tab "Wireless Networks" ( middle tab) > go to the list of profiles and remove the Wireless name or SSID for your home connections. > click OK and Close the properties of wireless.

To reconnect again, you need to know your WEP key or network key for wireless connections if not, you can do this procedure...

1.Connect the computer to one of the four LAN ports (i.e port 1, 2, 3 or 4) on the back of the router. The corresponding port light where you connected the computer should be lit up.

2. Access the router's web-based utility.

a. Please open any web browser like Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
b. Connect to the router by typing http://routerlogin.com/basicsetting.htm or http://192.168.1.1 in the address field and click Enter or Return key.
c. A window will prompt for a user name and password. By default, the user name is "admin" and the password is "password".
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Connecting Through Wireless Zero Configuration (Windows XP SP1 and SP2)

For Windows XP Service Pack 1:

1. Please right click on the Wireless icon on the right lower end portion of your computer. Then, click on View Available Wireless Networks.
2. Click on the Advanced tab.
3. Please delete all the preferred networks then click on OK.
4. Right click on the Wireless icon again and click on View Available Wireless Networks.
5. Please select your network and click on Connect. If you have Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or Wi-fi Protected Access (WPA) enabled on the router, it will ask you for the network key. Please type in the Network Key and then confirm it.
6. Make sure not to enable IEEE and then click on Connect.

For Windows XP Service Pack 2:

1. Please right click on the Wireless icon on the right lower end portion of your computer. Then, click on View Available Wireless Networks.
2. Click on the Change Advanced Settings.
3. Click on the Wireless Networks tab remove all the preferred networks then click on OK.
4. Right click on the Wireless icon then click on View Available Wireless Networks.
5. Select your network and click on Connect.
6. If you have Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) enabled on the router, it will ask you for the network key. Type in the network key and confirm it. Then click on Connect.

Note: You may use the wireless utility of your wireless adapter in connecting to the wireless network but you need to clear "Use Windows to configure my wireless networks" on the Wireless Networks tab.

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a. Click Start then select Connect To.
b. Connect to a network window will show up.
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No Broadband connection after hard drive replacement


1) First of all check your connections

2) Check if your network card drivers has been installed after your OS installation.

Go to My PC >> right click "Properties" >> Hardware >> Device Manager >> Network

Be sure that not appears this yellow symbol ( ! )

If yes, go to dell support website and get the drivers for your network card.

here: http://support.dell.com/

If your network card is OK, do this:

Open Internet explorer >> Go to >> Tools >> Internet Options >> LAN Settings >> Check the mark
"Automatically detect settings"

Ok

Open your browser and see what happen..............

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A recent mac laptop with Tiger & bootcamp/win XP will connect to the internet via a Netgear DG834G adsl modem with ethernet cable in tiger & XP but only in xp with wireless. Any advice? JL


If I understand you correctly you have an Intel based MAC, with the boot-camp boot manager, so you can choose to boot either from the native MAC OS or from Windows XP.

The system works fine from the MAC OS, but the (wired) ethernet does not work from XP.

1) When you boot into XP mode, the XP operating system is in
charge and the MAC OS is dormant.

2) Check the XP device manager to see if the ethernet NIC
(network device) is properly installed and if the device
drivers are functioning.

From Windows XP:

Right click My Computer ==> Properties => Hardware ==>
==> Device Manager ==> Network Adapters =>
==> Your network controller

Right click on your network controller ==> properties

Check the device status !!!

2) If the device is NOT working properly, you may need to
download and install a device driver for this card.

3) If the device IS working properly, you may need to run
the NETWORK SETUP WIZARD from the control panel:

START ==> Control Panel ==> Network Setup Wizard ==>
==> Next.

4) Assuming you are connecting to DSL with a login password,
use the: "My computer connect to the internet through a
modem" option.

If your DSL is always on, or if you use a local router to
connect to the DSL modem (the router does the work)

Then you choose the: "My computer connects to the
internet through another computer or a residential gateway"
option.

Martin

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