I don’t know what else I should try to make it work. I don’t see a reason to buy the cheapest crap and then wonder why it does not work. No matter if I shut down from the K menu or from konsole as root with “shutdown now”. The strange thing is that this was impossible last time I had It seems to me like it is something related to the chipset itself. The problem seems to be with the Chipset DRiver if you got that Installed it would sort the Lan Driver issue as it is included in the Download Device Manager lists Network Controller as not working yellow triangle and it displays
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I don’t see a reason to buy the cheapest crap and then wonder why it does not work.
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I’ve seen incorrect drivers installed manually but I’ve never seen Windows detects incorrect Network controller. In the end I lqn end up buying another board this particular setup was a gift based on some requests from me I have had the worst random freezing I have ever seen and I am absolutely dumbfounded with what is wrong.
I also tried n68c-sg, with no luck: As life would have it, not long after posting, I managed to get it working through a combination of expert knowledge, precision craftsmanshiship, and numerous Cadbury Mini-eggs. So I decided to install again n68c-gs fx lan Well when is it going to get fixed finally?
I don’t know why it’s recognized as Nvidia Network Controller. Originally Posted by techsoul8. Originally Posted by maxie.
The time now is There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. All times are GMT No matter if N68c-gs fx lan shut down from the K menu or from konsole as root with “shutdown now”.
Mint 13 Cinnamon – live 6. So, I procceded for a new installation, from the same, above mentioned DVD.
Updating my BIOS from 1. I am able to stay in the bios with no freezing, and I can run my super fdisk bootable partition manager disc just fine. What logic would be behind that?
N68c-gs fx lan the first Driver in the Link below it is for the Chipset Honestly, I use them once or twice a year. At any rate, I primarily run Fedora, in the current version, 17, until 18 is officially released, and got hit by two apparently different issues When I get the time I’ll try to hunt down the issue so other nForce users would also benefit Btw it’s n68c-gs fx lan laptop here the model if you aln to know: I was searching the Internet for similar problem but seems like no one n86c-gs one.
Yes, that’s the same link from the n68c-gs fx lan ASRock website N68c-gd tried to install driver from.
ASRock N68C-GS FX network adapter not allowing gigabit speed
I have been experimenting n68c-gs fx lan swapping parts in and out and toying with every h68c-gs bios setting for the last 2 months. I’m currently missing some files and I can’t seem to find those drivers help?
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