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Boot by Lancard.

Can i use my normal lancard as boot divise. can i boot my computers with lancard, with out hard drive

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The D-Link DFE-530TX+ network card does not support booting from LAN (also called Ethernet boot or PXE boot) without the addition of an optional boot ROM chip. You'd need to purchase and install the optional ROM chip before you could use this card to boot your computer from the LAN.

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I am not clear whether your card is lost or lancard is not getting detected by computer

>>If it is lost then you can connect your computer by USB Cable by installing the drivers for the USB if the USB is not getting detected.

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>> Steps for Device manager:
Click start> Click run> Type devmgmt.msc> check under network adapters or in other devices

2) Check whether the Card is properly plugged in the Mother Board of the computer

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