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It seems that the LAN network adapter was distroyed by pulse of lightning (electromagnetic field). Is it possible simply to replace it by PCI network card ?

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M3N78-VM LAN PORT& PCI PROBLEM


1) How do you know that PCI slot is not working? Tried another PCI expansion card in it? Perhaps another LAN adapter card?
(Ethernet Card)

A LAN adapter card will go bad before a PCI slot will.

2) PCI expansion slot is bad? No other PCI slot to use?
Then here is a suggestion,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3504463&csid=_61

Plug it into any available USB port on the computer.
It is a GigaByte Ethernet solution, also. (10/100/1000)

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Greetings, I am a technician. However, I ran into a confusing issue with my wi-fi. My Encore enlwi-g v2 PCI wireless adapter worked fine on my Windows 7 64-bit system until I bought a new Smilodon case...


Mike, your problem is so clear and crisp... Thank you for the excellent documentation...

Here is the solution...

The wireless PCI card should be detected by any PCI slots, doesnt matter whatever may be the chipset made off...
The Light in the adapter is "OFF", says there is no power supply to the adapter and that is the reason the Wireless card is not detected...
unplug the adapter from the board and clean the PCI slot on board with a soft brush(the Pins in the PCI slot may get in contact with each other if u use any hard materials to clean)...
On the PCI wireless card clean the metallic contact surface (the place where the pci slot comes in contact with) using an ERASER and clean the dusts left by the eraser properly...
Now connect it back and check if the light is getting LIT up on the card...
Then you can also check under device manager either in Network adapters or under other devices...

Sincerely, Manny...

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Replacing ethernet PCI card 10/100 by gibabit 1000


When you replace and install LAN card you need to install also the driver. Be sure that your onboard ethernet PCI card are disabled in BIOS. So that the new install LAN card are working.

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My network adapter " broadcom 802.11n newtwork adapter" is experiencing driver or hardware related issues


I think it needs dusting. do the following:
1.Open your computers cabinet and plug out the LAN card from the PCI slot.
2 Clean the PCI slot and LAN with brush
3. Insert it again in some other PCI slot if your motherboard have .
4. Install the drivers after the windows found the hardware.
Hope it work.

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On board lan & pci slots are not working . on board lan also not showing in device manager.


Was the board recently struck by lightning? I've had several problems where lightning struck the motherboard through the lan ports, while not destroying the board itself, but just the lan port, and usually not showing up in device manager gives it away.

You will have to replace the motherboard if this is the case

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chek first the netwark card is correct than u will reinstall your system

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Lan card disabled


When u plug the ethernet CAT cable in the LAN card socket , so you see any light orange or green flashing on the LAN card itself.
If yes then right click on my computer >> properties >> Hardware >> device manager>> check in network adapters whether the LAN card is enabled or not
If NO the right click on it and enable it check whether it is able to receive any ip address


If u see no light at all
Then you might have to install a new LAN card on the system

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