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Onboard lan??? hello i have vista x34 bit and i tgried to find my onboard lan but i can fine any idea???

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Please enter into the BIOS settings and verify if under Integrated Peripherals the setting for Onboard H/W LAN is Enable. As additional step select SMART LAN and see if it will detect you cable lenght and Etehrnet speed. If Smart Lan do not detect anything or you have a bad onboard LAN or the cable, hub, router has a problem.
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ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard no land card

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Motherboard lan onboard compatiable with os/2 warp

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Dont have motherboard cd,m not able to find LAN Drivers on net

You have 2 choices. 1. Call Intel tech support & see if they can find a solution for you or 2. Install a standalone ethernet/wireless card, depending on your setup and disable onboard LAN. I had to go the 2nd route as my onboard LAN wass not compatible with Windows Vista. Hope this helps.

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I disabled the lan and when i enabled it again it won't work

Hi, well now you have windows registry confused. The PCI card may have come with software & you installed it. (See if its listed in add/remove programs & uninstall it), than go to this link & download the free software to clean your registry. (Keep the onboard lan disabled in the bios).
When the program finishes close the program & shut down the system. Than boot the system & enter the bios. Enable the onboard lan. Save & exit. With any luck windows will see your lan & ask for the software. You can use the CD to guide windows to the lad driver software or you can download it from ECS. The online lan may be a bit newer or may not be. Click here to go to ECS web site:
If you are running XP install through windows device manager.
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