You might want to think about getting a different card altogether? Half of what you said I already detailed doing in my post. Direct3D 7 test results: Power on your pc and this time you will see the NIC light flashing showing there is connectivity. I have a very odd problem. Go buy another one.
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After couple of minutes insert the cmos battery back in followed by Power ATX connecter to the motherboard.
Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – P35
Not found DxDiag Version: Ga-35c-ds3r it could have a bad BIOS in the card, especially if the fan is not speeding up. So i reinstalled whole computer and installed drivers from the cd i got with my motherboard and I plugged in internet cable to the card nothing happen i noticed later on there was no network card installed Your name or email address: I’m on Windows XP Professional.
I have a very odd problem. Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by BeemkayApr 24, Did you read it? I’ve tried so many things to fix it Boot up and login to windows gigayte open internet explorer to make sure internet is working ok.
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Gigabyte P35-DS3R, onboard NIC not working
Direct3D 7 test results: Power on your pc and this time you will see the NIC light flashing showing there is connectivity. I reinstalled motherboard drivers whent fine told me to restart computer so I did when im back on now the network card gone like if it didnt even exsist, i tryed download the LAN drivers for the motherboard when it was done it wrote ” Please shutdown plug and play Realtek PCIE card to complete installation ” only thing i could press was ok the it said installtion finished and all i could press was finish.
Half of what you said I already detailed doing in my post.
Problem i have is with my network card and actually my graphic card. Go buy another one.
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I havent tryed flashing bios and all the thing you said dellaz, since i got no experience i would like to know if you or someone else can do this step by step with me through msn messenger? This may help since you old card works, or your new card could have just died on you, can you test the new card on the other computer to see if it works there?
Direct3D 8 test results: I would also suggest you try the onboard LAN Again, is this one gigavyte was trying before?
If that doesnt work, then you have to reset the motherboard with default factory settings by removing the power ATX connection on the motherboard and cmos battery on the motherboard for couple of minutes.
You may be able to get a WHQL logo’d driver from the hardware manufacturer. Yes, my password is: You have to remove both for this to work. I’ve also tried new ethernet cords to see if that changed anything, but that made no difference.
GA-P35C-DS3R onboard lan problem
If that doesnt work, then you have to reset the motherboard with default factory settings by removing the power ATX connection on the motherboard and cmos battery on the motherboard for couple of minutes. Do you already have an account? The time now is Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap.
Originally Posted by Chike. For the NIC light to flash, you need to have the network cable plugged in from either a router or etbernet computer. BeemkayApr 25,