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Integrated ethernet not recognized by XP after fresh install. Computer is a Shuttle XPC SN85G4 v3. The adapter lights up when plugged into my network. The computer previously plugged into that port on the router had no problems connecting. I have already updated the chipset & bios drivers from the Shuttle website. I have enabled the onboard ethernet in the bios. The only thing that shows up in Windows XP is the 1394 connection. I have tried the Add new hardware wizard, didn't work. I have tried pinging the router from cmd prompt and that also didn't work. Someone please help me. Thank you!

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Realtek 8201BL chipset is the network drivers you will need. You should be able to find this online. When you do download the drivers, be sure to download the 64 bit drivers for your systems or you will run into further problems.

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