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- check if you have a link light on the NIC port - also check if there is a network adapter driver installed under device manager - then click start type run and type cmd - under CMD, type ipconfig and check if you have a valid IP ex. 192.168.1.1 not valid is the IP that start with 169
First check to make sure the drivers are installed correctly you can download them easily from the msi support site. next check the bios make sure the onboard lan is enabled if everything apears correct you may want to consider purchasing an inexpensive network card from newegg.com
The computer has an ethernet adapter builtin, in the control panel disable the ethernet connection Device=NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and then make sure the drivers for the usb cable modem are installed.
Hi dadynidhen, there is another way to install the LAN driver & that is through windows system properties. Find the yellow question mark again & follow the instructions below.
Right click once on the yellow question mark, a window will open & Left click once on “update driver”. Windows hardware wizard will open. Click No, not at this time. Than click the next button. Another window will open. Left click once in the circle next to, Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Than click the next button. Again, another window will open. We want to remove the green check mark next to, Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...). Left click on the green check mark once & it will go away. Click the browse button, click the + sign next to my computer. Find the folder in your system that holds the 32bit LAN driver. High-light the 32bit folder by left clicking on it once. Than click OK. Windows will see the driver files & install the driver. Once done restart the system. Run windows update service. There may be an update for the LAN driver.
I had the same problem. Tyr this..
Install windows x64
1st install the ide driver (it's a setup program) reboot
2nd go to device manager, you will see a PCI bridge device, update that driver to the lan driver on the cd. reboot
Then install the rest of the drivers.
If you don't do it in that order you will NEVER be able to install the Lan driver without reinstalling windows.