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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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Re: Cannot Complete the Network Setup..

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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Re: Cannot Complete the Network Setup..

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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Re: Cannot Complete the Network Setup..

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

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  4. bad router or router setup.
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