Question about Soltek SL-865Pro-77 (SL-865PRO-775) Motherboard

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After reinstall of XP cant I get a network driver anywhere

Vell I cant find my original install CD, and I cant find anyplace to download new drivers to my beloved board.
Are there any help to get some drivers to the network in the card... not much fun with surfin without networkcard

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  • timber_zhang Jul 13, 2008

    By the way its the giga net there are built into the motherbord

  • timber_zhang Jul 14, 2008

    its a Soltek SL-865Pro-775



    On the tab standing Ethernet controler

    Producent unknown

    Driver to this unit are not installed (kode 28)

    Click on Reinstall driver



    After what I has found out is it a realtek netcard but It would not accept any realtek drivers i try.

    IT shut have been simple, but I moved last year and the manual and drivercd was lost in that aktion.

  • timber_zhang Jul 14, 2008

    no I cant se anymore dettails (XP dont tell more than unknow)

    Its not because there are a conflict ore something like that



    And when I look at the bord there not standing any indication

    and hwen I search the net they all says "giga net" and realtek network. BUT it would not accept any realtek drivers

  • timber_zhang Jul 14, 2008

    Thats the trouble, because I cant find Vendor ID ore Product ID

  • timber_zhang Jul 14, 2008

    I think the only solution are someone there has a Motherboard like my SP 865PRO-775 and get them to check there vendor.

    ore someone there has the actuel driver.

    Its first time in my 14year with comouters I got a trouble like this, Normaly are I able to see SOME information in proberty ore on the board, but not here

  • timber_zhang Jul 17, 2008

    SOLUTION:

    I startet up with a Knopix Live cd (a linux variant) and it just autoconfig it all.

    then I was able to see all the hardware ids

    It was a "VIA VT6020/6162 giganet card"



    So if others got a problem where they CANT find the driverID: Use the Knopix live CD (freeware) and in a "console windows type ispci -v and it gives you all the hardwareconfig with version ect.



    here you get a image of knopix

    http://www.knoppix.net/

    and here are the desciption there lead me to the solution:

    http://www.knoppix.net/forum/viewtopic.p...



    But I thanks for the help and good intention fro people, it made me fight a bit more with it

  • Michael Ortega
    Michael Ortega May 11, 2010

    If you can get the Vendor ID and Product ID from Device Manager I can find the actual model of the card and get the drive for you.



    Using my last post can you actually get that information? When you see the "Unknown" product in device manager can you right click and go to "Properties"? Then go to the "DETAILS" Tab, change the drop down item to Device Instance ID or use the default selection and tell me what the text string is on the body window below.



    MO

  • Michael Ortega
    Michael Ortega May 11, 2010

    Can you go into Device Manager and get me the vendor and device id?



    Go into Device Manager

    1. Right-click on My Computer

    2. Select Properties

    3. Select Hardware Tab

    4. Click on Device Manager Button

    5. Locate the node that has a yellow question mark

    6. Expand the Unknown Device node to find your network card

    7. Right click on the device

    8. Select Properties

    9. Click on the Details Tab

    10. On the drop down menu select the Device Instance ID

    11. Some text will display below. Please provide a copy of all that text.



    MO

  • Michael Ortega
    Michael Ortega May 11, 2010

    This is a Soltek board?

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I have the Soltek SL-865Pro-775 motherboard, but more importantly, I have the driver CD that came with it when I built my computer. If you need any of the drivers, let me know. teledrew@yahoo.com

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The only other things I can recommend is an online system driver scan that will detect the ID's on the unknown network controller and tell you which driver to download. The only problem with this is that you would need to install another NIC to do this unless you arleady have one.

Here is a good one that I've used in the past:

www.driveragent.com

It costs $29.95 and you can install the agent on up to 10 computers.

The better alternative is to just purcahe another network card. I would go with an Intel Gigabit NIC. You can check out your options on CDW's website. Intel GB NIC's run anywhere from $35-50.

Sorry I couldn't help you locate the integrated network controller driver. I couldn't really find information on the Soltek board.

Perhaps one of the other options above will work for you.

MO

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

  • Michael Ortega
    Michael Ortega Jul 17, 2008

    Nice job. I'm glad you were able to find a resolution. I didn't realize your competency level was that high. The Knoppix distribution was a good tool. Way to think outside of the box.



    MO



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