Question about Acer Aspire X1200 Desktop PC - Athlon X2 Dual Core 2.5GHz, 4GB DDR2, 320GB, DVDRW, V ...
When you say faulty, I assume you mean that it is failing to connect to your router or modem. First, have you checked to ensure that the driver for the network card is not missing or corrupt? This can occur. Second, have you checked to ensure that you have not lost the security password (WPA/WEP) for the network card. This can prevent connections. If you are absolutely sure that the on-board network module is defective (it can happen...power surges and the like), then you can either get warranty service (if it is in warranty), or you can purchase either a USB adapter-type network card, or one that you can install internally to replace the faulty one on the mainboard. You don't necessarily need to do this, but you should go into the CMOS setup and disable the on-board network module if you don't plan to use it any longer. It will help to avoid confusion and will free up some mainboard resources.
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