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Re: [K12OSN] Onboard Network card not working?

Sometimes you can get the board to discharge quickly by pressing the
power button after the power cable is removed.


On Fri, Apr 06, 2007 at 09:23:29AM -0300, Timothy Legge wrote:
> Hi
> This is a bizarre little trick that I have now seen work on two on board
> NICs so I thought I would pass it along.  the most recent issue was a dell
> PC but I believe the other was an ASUS mother board.
> In both cases, the NIC was not working (no lights, no transmit or receive)
> and both had worked previously.
> The solution was to completely unplug all devices and power sources
> (including Ethernet cable) AND remove the battery from the motherboard.  I
> waited several minutes for the board to discharge (the green light on the
> motherboard if it had one went out).  I inserted the battery, rebooted, set
> the time and the NIC worked fine.
> It is a little strange but as I said, it has now fixed two PCs that I know
> of...
> Regards
> Tim

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