Question about HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard
Do not call that technician again, and tell your family and friends about him. Your system is fine and is easily fixable.
This DP IC he is referring to is actually your network interface card, or "NIC." The NIC is what enables your system to connect to broadband networks, like the internet. Your particular motherboard happens to have a NIC built into it, which is nothing unusual. But your motherboard is also built so that you can install your own if you want or need to. The same goes for sound and video cards as well.
Just go to your local computer vendor and purchase a new NIC for about 20 dollars or so. Best Buy and Radio Shack probably have them too. You can install it to a PCI slot on your board. It does require opening the case (the tower), so if you are not comfortable doing this then you can call a tech. Anyone who charges you more than 60 dollars labor for the job is robbing you blind.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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