The time now is There’s only one device known to have problems on this board. Join the community here , it only takes a minute. To get the system online I am going to fall back to The speach is on but the onboard sound is disabled.
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Anyways, feel free to bump it once in a while if necessary.
Mon Apr 04, 8: TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Any suggestions to help with the NIC issue is greatly appreciated. Nvidia’s own or 3Com?
Linux Installation First you need to download the latest nVidia nForce drivers from nvidia. Mon Apr 04, 7: How to tell which revision you have. Future digital audio-nForce outlooks: I had heard that they are hogs when it comes to CPU utilization.
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Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Some people will also argue that the system feels “smoother” when running a DualChannel system.
Asus A7N8X / Built in NIC works only 10mb
View unanswered posts View posts from last a7n8z hours. Can’t find anything at Anand’s Hope you enjoy your stay.: For the nVnet NIC: Already have an account?
All it will do is serve files. If I set autodetection and max throughput on Windows says that network is 10mb.
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You must log in or sign up to reply here. Jun 14, Posts: Let’s start with the High-End version of this board.
Sat Apr 19, 7: Its driving me mad. The dual channel architecture is also implemented, making for 6. I think there might have been a review over at Anand’s that talked about this.
Re: NOT ANSWERED asus a7n8x built in nic and intel pro S nic
My Asus machine will be the one that accesses the net while the other machine is going to be a back end server. It is also acknowledged that a big portion of this document is based on experiences presented at various public nForce2-related and DAW forums respectively. Just wondering if anyone else has seen this? The other NIC is a 3com-based one, and uses the “3c59x” kernel driver module, which has been in the kernel for quite some time now I believe.
I followed the instructions to the letter and I can’t seem to figure out how to get my nforce MCP nic running. To heck with GUI’s I don’t know if Redhat has graphical tools for this but it wouldn’t surprise me since they have that for pretty much anything.