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M925 v7.3...Bios problem...ethernet option no available

Well as i said in bios there is an option no enable audio...modem...and where must be an option to enable ethernet isn´t there...i download latest bios and flash the board and the same...can it be a bug in the release?? or what can it be?? thanx

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For the M925G I can find a V8.0 and v9.1b motherboard on the PC Chips web site but not a v7.3. At any rate this manual clearly shows there should be an option to enable or disable the Ethernet port on the BIOS Features Setup Page near the bottom. If the option is not there and I would be more inclined to think that the wrong firmware may have been flashed to your board. You might try downloading and flashing the BIOS update again, making sure the checksums match when the procedure is complete. By the way the link to the manual I?m referring to is here: http://www.pcchips.com.tw/PCCWeb/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?MenuID=0&LanID=2&DetailID=255&DetailName=Manual.

Posted on Jan 02, 2007

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