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The on board LAN network is not work, System

The on board LAN network is not working, System detecting on board network.
But keeps reporting that network cable is unplug when the cable is actually plug in.

I'm also experiencing another problem, one of the DDR channels is not working.

These problems arepresent on Windows xp, vist windows 7

How can i go about solving both of these problems

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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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