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- Onboard Realtek Nic - No lights ??
April 1, 2007, 12:47 am
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I have my ADSL connection via a modem/router using ethernet cables. My mobo
is an old GA-7VT600 1394 running an Athlon XP 2800+. All has been working
fine for years, but just last week I have lost all the lights on the Realtek
NIC and my connection to the net..... Does lights out on the onboard NIC
mean it's dead? I haven't flashed the bios or done anything silly to the
system. Win XP just says that the cable in 'unplugged'. I have tried 3
other cables and nothing - still no lights. The LAN is enabled in the bios
OK as it has been working for literally years...... Does this mean I will
have to put in a PCI NIC card?
Re: Onboard Realtek Nic - No lights ??
Try the cable in a different socket on the router,
preferribly one you know did/does-still, work, and power
cycle the router if you get lights but unworking connection.
If there is still no response, yes it seems likely it has
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