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Disable onboard NIC

I don't see any way to disable the onboard NIC on the SAMBA 1845. And since I don't have a manual to go with it then I am asking you guys for some assistance. Thanks for your time.

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Onboard LAN can be disabled through the desktop board BIOS Setup Utility. The setting is located in the Advanced screen under Peripheral Configuration.

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Enter you're bios. Open you're user manual to page 3-13. Integrated Peripherals. Go to, Init display first. Set to AGP.
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If I can help you further, feel free to post here.
Please, each user's vote this issue as a fix, if this helped you to get you're bios to see you're new AGP graphics cards.
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