Question about ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard
I have a mate who know nothing about his laptop. he wiped the drive
because he got a Trojan on it and installes SUSE open source . he now
cannot watch dvd's or use the inbuilt sound crd or the camera.
I have had to use the ASUS restore discs to re install Win XP pro sp2 BUT I cannot find a driver (or what it actually drives!) I get a message "Network Controller driver is Missing" It does not seem to be on the driver discs and Much as I'd like I cannot rind any refrence to it either.
Worse ASUS's support site is apparently being rebuilt So I cannot get support there either.
Can/ will you help?
The A6000 is the series of your notebook - what is the exact model. there are a few to choose from but to help you I need to know the exact model. Here are a few to give you an idea - A6F, A6G, A6Ga, A6J, A6Ja, etc. There are like 20 different models in that series. You can more than likely find the exact model on the bottom of the notebook - let me know and I will be able to help you. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Dude remove ur CMOS battery and try to find the update of ur BIOS & the driver too....
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. Place your laptop on a clean, flat surface and remove all power sources from it. Open your laptop screen as far as you can.
2. Use the flathead screwdriver to pop open the hinge cover. Slowly and carefully pry it open from the right side to the left side, exposing the keyboard screws. Using the Phillips screwdriver, remove the screws that hold the Asus A6J Keyboard in place. Keep these screws in a safe place.
3. Gently tug the Asus A6J Keyboard component toward your laptop display. You are trying to pull it out of the slot that is located near the palm rest and mouse pad. It doesn't take much force, but you must be firm. Once you have pulled it out of the slot, you can lift it up and remove it from your laptop.
4. Take the replacement keyboard and slide it into the slot. Once in place, screw it into place with the Phillips screwdriver and the screws you removed in Step 2. Fit the hinge cover back into place by snapping it in from left to right. Power on your laptop and verify that the Asus A6J Keyboard is working.
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