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SOURCE: i cant find ethernet driver for ep-9npa7i

Hi,
I can't verify these work but it appears to have the files you need:
http://bunker.linkbg.com/asaf/XP%20Drivers/Motherboards/EPoX%20EP-9NPA7I/chipset_nvidia-nf4__6%5b1%5d.53_XP/NFref_653/Ethernet/

Try to right-click and download each file to a directory on your pc and then install it.

Good luck!

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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Trying to install the ethernet file is just stops when it comes to the nivida thing and then it says "NIVIDIA Hardware/Driver not found." someone knows what to do?


Open the link provided below; http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
Once opened see option 2. Click on, Motherboard drivers button. Allow NVIDIA to scan you're system.
When finished download and install the latest drivers.

Cheers'
Mike

Mar 26, 2010 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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I need a manual for an EPOX EP-4PLMI


Tis link may be help to u ..http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/EPOX/EP-4PLAI-_M

Sep 12, 2009 | EPoX EP-4PLAI Motherboard

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I cant find ethernet driver for ep-9npa7i


Hi,
I can't verify these work but it appears to have the files you need:
http://bunker.linkbg.com/asaf/XP%20Drivers/Motherboards/EPoX%20EP-9NPA7I/chipset_nvidia-nf4__6%5b1%5d.53_XP/NFref_653/Ethernet/

Try to right-click and download each file to a directory on your pc and then install it.

Good luck!

Aug 28, 2009 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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Post codes show 50


what bios is it,award, pheonix- and what version the award pnp code 50 is write all cmos codes stored in bios back to bios. on version 6 50 is initilize pnp. we need more info.

Jul 10, 2009 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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EPoX EP-9NPA7I displays 'F' and '5' post codes


I would start by clearing the CMOS with the reset jumper pin on your mainboard. Then remove all the PCI cards excluding the video card; disconnect the hard drive as well. Boot the computer without the RAM and see if you still get the "F post code." If not download a copy of Ubuntu Linux and burn it to a CD.

Ubuntu 8.10 Live CD

Reinstall the RAM modules and boot to Ubuntu from the CD and run "System Memory Scan" from the Ubuntu Boot Menu. I'm guessing your RAM over-heated and is permantly damaged.
Only the manufacturer knows what the error codes for your board represent; it'd email them from this support link...

EPoX Support Contact


Nov 27, 2008 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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User's manual for epox mother board ep-8k9a7i


Download from this link for EPoX EP-8K9A7I.
Fill in (File type & Model).
http://www.epox.com/usA/downloads.asp

Enjoy!

Mike

May 02, 2008 | EPoX EP-8K9AI Motherboard

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PCI Device Conflict


u can try to change in BIOS, the settings that manages PCI IRQ's. If it is on manual then put it on auto mode. If on auto mode than manualy change the allocations of irq for the pci slot no. 5 ....

Jan 20, 2008 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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Problem with starting the computer


remove the ram and check for any dust deposits in the ram slot, if you replaced the same ram stick, it should be alright. If you need to you may need to reset the bios, by way of the JBAT 1 terminal CLRCLK, or CLRCMOS terminals or similair, so refer to your manual. Also remove all peripherals apart from the ram processor and hard drive and try again, if you have 2 ram sticks try one at a time

Aug 13, 2007 | EPoX EP-9NPA7I (0819366003415) Motherboard

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