Are the controllers enabled in the BIOS settings? I think I have those drivers already, those that you linked btw. The other was broken in some way, can’t remember which, but the new one had this problem with the network. Get back into BIOS, re-enable the controllers, reboot, and if the system sees them it will ask if you want to use the current drivers or find new ones. So I might have to switch the cable over to the other one, and if I’m lucky it will connect. Which doesn’t even make sense.
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Are the controllers enabled in the BIOS settings? Not really any help I know, but just stating does sound like something isn’t good there. This I have to do uykon each time after rebooting.
Hmm, sorry to hear it. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Haven’t tried the new driver yet.
Try running this chipset inf. I’ve had the same board and CPU as you when I built my system, and never have had any of those problems with that same network adapter. Originally Posted by Airbot.
They gave me a defective second hand board? It’s my computer that says he can’t find the cable that is connected from my computer to the switch, marcell is then connected to the router, and router to modem.
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I mean, I reported the LAN not working. Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1. All other computers on the network run fine. Wednesday, July 27, 3: I’ve been installing a bunch of different drivers marvlel the whole year. If they show yellow excalamation marks, they may need to be uninstalled and re-installed. Yes, both controllers are enabled in bios setup.
Might try different drivers for it and see if it helps any. GoogleTalk is my first sign that the connection is gone Ignore any results, we’re just marrvell to flush out junk entries.
You aren’t mad as I have experienced the same issues with both lans dropping out, more noticeable when uploading data or files, nevertheless it even occurred with no data traffic. If I’m lucky this will work until I move my computer, but it’s not garuanteed.
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But now I want to solve, or at least find out why this problems occur. Never know what the results will be. I get the drivers for it here – Marvell – Support Or uninstall the latest driver and see yukoon the older driver from Windows Update run WU might work out.
I think I have those drivers already, those that you linked btw. It happens here no matter what program I’m using.
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Posted Dec Sat 15th Installing the latest drivers from the link that Aaron Airbot posted above may help. Thank you for your speedy support. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Would this be a good idea? Find More Posts by CC Can not get it back no matter what I try.