ASUS A8NE ETHERNET DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by Bonecrusher , Jul 19, Thanks for the info, folks. Asus bios utility EZ mode startup – sign of death?? The funny thing is is that I also have two friends with this board and they haven’t had any issues. Thu Oct 27, 5:
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Here’s what I’ve done: Apr 28, Messages: My case doesn’t sound too promising, then. Jun 6, Posts: I’ll keep everyone informed as the drama goes on. Log in or Sign up. Blah, well I guess a8me is pretty much wrapped up, then. I eventually gave up RMAing them, becuase the onboard controllers would come back, work for a day or three, then cut out just like yours.
Horribly Slow Network Speeds – A8N-E – Ars Technica OpenForum
I tried moving a MB file and it took almost 10 minutes to move! It says it will take 56minutes to copy a 1GB file. Macboatmaster Dec 24, at Quote message in reply?
I have an A8N-E and have had no problems with the network adapter.
That is the only thing I haven’t done yet. Feb 1, Posts: I undid my manual ip config to let it try and get an ip from dhcp but it would sit for about 5 minutes and then come up with a bogus ip BonecrusherJul 20, Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. These K8V-X boards transfered a M file between them in about 3 seconds the other day. Two different network architectures it was tested on one had linksys hub, one had cisco switch.
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Checking for you rigth now. When it came back up my internet worked again. My ashs has been clear so far, but as close as 30 miles away they got 10″ 25CM for the metrically inclined two nights ago.
A day later the net has died again, and that’s where I am now. You may have ethrrnet been unlucky and got a defective board.
Thanks for the info, folks. I started the large file transfer again and came back the next day to find that the net had died again.
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Sounds like he switched motherboards. I don’t know what to tell you other than the Asus nForce4 boards seem really wierd. Thu Oct 27, 6: I immediatly rebooted, disabled onboard in the bios, and returned to windows to find that the extra card worked.