Question about ASUS P5P800-VM Motherboard
It could well be something I've done or the new connection (ADSL2+) but, the Belkin connects to my laptop via wireless or LAN no problems.
The P5P800-VM is another story however.
It's running XP and has the NIC on the MoBo (there are no lights near the socket working)
XP is saying the driver is installed and OK.
I've tried different CAT5 cables including the one that works with the laptop.
I've tried all four ports on the back of the modem. (each one works with the laptop)
I guess my question's are "Could XP be lying and the NIC is no good?" and "can you suggest anymore test's or actions I can take to resolve this?"
Click Start>RUN>type CMD click OK>type ipconfig on the command
prompt if it says disconnected try changing the ethernet cable.
Thanks marked, I've already tried some good ethernet cables and no IP showing up in the Modem setup screens. (it only shows the laptop IP address)
I have got online again by adding a new LAN card to the PC while I keep trying to locate a problem with the on board LAN. Tho it looks pretty much like this is un repairable
Posted on May 10, 2008
When you connect the pc to the router does the port number where that pc is connected is there any light on it? if there is check the IP address of the pc.
Click Start>RUN>type CMD click OK>type ipconfig on the command prompt if it says disconnected try changing the ethernet cable.
If you already receive a IP address that's good then try getting online.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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