Question about ASUS P8Z77-V Pro
Running windows 8.1,nvidia 760, Samsung SSD for boot, 2 x 1 TB Western Digital Raid1. Seems to be a mobo problem but wanted another opinion. First time booting up there were no issues connecting to my friends network, now that I've brought the rig home everytime I connect to the LAN whether it be wireless or LAN everything locks up, but the mouse. Tried using another wireless card, removed all wireless cards and connected using the LAN, same results for both. It's as though, as soon as it gets an internet connection it locks up. The PC is definitely pulling an IP, because I can browse the internet momentarily. When it locks up I cannot ping the machine from another computer on the LAN. Any ideas?
Posted by Anonymous on
You could have a bad peripheral causing the lockup. Or a corrupted OS.
If you have a spare hard drive try loading the os on it and see it the issue continues. If so and you have checked out your peripherals it may be a board issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My guess is the LAN port on your motherboard is bad. The simple solution would be to add a PCI ethernet card and disable the one on your motherboard in device manager.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
windows XP will usually automatically creat a lan connection for each Network card it detects, if it hasnt done this then the chances are you have not installed the drivers for the Network card.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: Can't find wireless networks
According to the specs for your computer, it has a wireless card.
If the wireless driver is installed you will see it in Device Manager and it should be working and enabled. If not you will need to install the driver for the wireless card.
If it is installed and working you need to configure the wireless card to the wireless router's settings, (eg. the SSID, and the WAP or WEP encryption settings etc. so it can communicate with the wireless router).
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
You need to contact the college's IT support to get the college's wireless router configuration settings so you can configure your laptop's wireless with these settings.
Posted on Mar 05, 2013
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