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Re: The on board LAN network is not work, System
1 - simple test: connect the pc to a switch using another piece of cable and look at the led on the switch corresponding to the cable - if it doesn't light up when you plug the cable in the pc then the onboard LAN is fried. Unrepairable, get a new PCI one.
2 - that board has a VIA KM 266 chipset that has only one channel of memory that can be either DDR266 or PC133 SDRAM.
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you will have to open up your network connections click start control panel network connections this may vary depending on your operating system look for local area connection if you see a red X or a yellow exclamation or question mark ! ? you will need to update or install the driver or it could be firewalled click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to network adapters should see a yellow question mark? right click install drivers the driver might be on the disc supplied by your ISP internet service provider or the motherboard disc or you might download one if you dont have on a disk
Make sure you Ethernet is enabled in biosrestart your computer during the boot up process you will see on your screen a certain key to
press to enter set up (BIOS) press and hold that key to enter bios using arrow keys scroll to intergrated peripherals
look for SiS On Chip Pci Device press enter scroll to SiS 10/100m press enter make sure itsenabled
Hi, try to uninstall the wireless adapter from the device manager and re-scan new hardware, it will pop up windows asking new hardware has been detected, if you have the driver in it, just seek the path where it is located and install the driver, let see what happen.
Hello, 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. If SMART LAN will successfully report back some information it means that the issue must be with Windows 7. If it's the case i suggest to completely remove the network card, reboot and re-install the drivers.
your operating system should detect and install the drivers for your network controller if it is an internal on board LAN. however you must be sure that you have the LAN enabled in your BIOS setup under the advanced selection on the bios screen. otherwise , your operating system won't even see that you have a LAN connection.
There are three options you can do,
(1) run your disc that came with your computer,it should be your windows xp disc or your vista disc also try using the system recovery disk,this should work,if not you can go to HP Compaq presario website and type in the product number which is SR5410F, in the search box type foxconn CO2 lan1_usb12, follow the directions as you can download it from their website.
Your laptop is trying to boot via LAN(network). Possible the HDD is not being detected by your system that is why it could not boot to windows. Try to boot up without the ethernet (your internet cable) connected to it and see if it works. If not, you may have a bad HDD.
This issue arise when there is conflict between drivers the best we can do is to open device manager click on Vien and then select show hidden deivces and disable every driver except your wireless adapter and see if it works.
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Hello: What I would say is: go to microsoft update and make sure you have all the updates for your OS.
Then; read the posting (below) from someone who had the same issue:
stacemarie wrote: "XP SP 3 updates some networking sharing system LAN files that cause some configurations to become unaccessable on the workgrouped networks. We cannot - even ping - the network addresses after installing - so it was an uninstall and do a system restore to get to the original good working state of the clients.
Microsoft needs to come up with a patch to fix this as we are seeing more and more networked clients having these connection and sharing problems."
Do you understand the above?
Let me know if you do not know how to unistall SP3 and do a Restore...
Make sure that the built-in wireless lan is disabled. If your pc is XP or vista, uninstall the new WIRELESS LAN(go to control panet, add/remove programs), select the Atheros Software. Leave the WIRELESS ADAPTER connected to your pc. Insert the disc, do not run the set up. RESTART THE PC. The drivers for the WIRELESS ADAPTER should install, if not load drivers manually.
MAKE SURE WIRELESS ZERO CONFIGURATION for XP is running. You should be able to detect wireless networks.