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A1450N had mobo failure, swapped for refurb board, had to clear cmos to get it to boot. Now the integrated nic card shows up as 1394, shows a connection but there is no funtion.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: NIC hardware failure

Maybe your problem is software related. Maybe a virus changed some settings. I would check all the internet settings and the network card settings. I've seen this happen before. In windows xp click Start/Control Panel/Network Connections. Then right click on your local area connection and Click Properties. Slide the bar down to the TCPIP protocol and highlight it, then click Properties. Make sure you are obtaining the IP Address and DSN Server address automatically. Click the Advanced button and make sure DHCP is enabled.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Looking for replacement card for Nic integrated

The server could not connect to the network. The network and its cables are all okay.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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SOURCE: video froze during operatiom. after re-boot, no

If you hear a beep, then that means that it cleared through POST. If you hear one beep, it's fine. More than that, you will need to know how many.

If it's twice, it's the Video card. I suggest to take it out, and use a VGA cord and connect it to the VGA slot on the built-in graphics on the motherboard. That SHOULD work. If not, there might not be a problem with the video card at all. It might be a RAM issue.

To know that, you will need to take out one RAM stick at a time and try starting it up. If you have multiple (2+) you will continue to add the sticks until the computer doesn't boot again, and you will find out which of them is bad.

The power supply would not be an issue, because if your computer froze during a video operation it would have nothing to do with the other causes.

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SOURCE: boot up hp pavilion a1340n and get no vga signal

Have you checked , verified monitor cable, pins bent? You can try a PCI or better a PCI e Graphic Card. Does it boot? Have you tried another monitor?

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Here is a pdf file showing the specs of your computer:

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