Question about Foxconn 845GV4MR-ES Motherboard
A friend had a machine "repaired" by one of the local companies. In this case, repair seems to mean sell them a new mobo, cpu, ram, hdd - but not to install Windows.
While trying to install XP Home (this is the software they have a license for), I notice that the bios recognises the lan as a series of Docking Stations - Windows also adds new Hardware of this type.
I've tried installing PCI ethernet cards, but they also get recognised by the BIOS as docking stations - and if I try and use the appropriate ethernet driver on the "docking station", I get a blue screen.
Does anyone have any clues as to what's going on here, and how I can get the Network Adapter installed?
Have you installed the correct drivers for this mobo? You can get them here:
I've used these with XP Pro and everything works. You have to install the chipset driver before the others. Also, do you have the onboard network adapter enabled in the BIOS?
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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