Question about Intel D845GRG Motherboard
after the formatting process i guess you reinstall the operating system.
1. if your ethernet card is located directly on the motherboard,all you need to do is to run the motherboard driver on your system.it will install/activate all available resources on the motherboard and that includes the ethernet adapter.
2.if your card is not mounted direcly to the motherboard,connect your ethernet card on the pci slot of your motherboard and make sure the system detect it and then install any driver that come with it.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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