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Make sure it’s enabled in the BIOS, and then reinstall the chipset drivers.
You need to install your motherboard Chipset drivers by the looks of it. The Nvidia site’s driver was an earlier version. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. I recently upgraded to Windows 7.
I dont remember which one i got but this is the file name: Thanks for all your help guys! Optikn3rvSep 30, The time now is And by forever, do you mean 30 seconds instead of 15, or 3 minutes instead of 15 seconds?
I have used cheap ones bought on ebay with success. OK, asuccar, I did a little research this morning and have come up with this from a Gigabyte forum: The issue was corrected when the user tweaked the BIOS.
ASUS/nVidia LAN drivers needed ? – Networking
Not sure why Nvidia did not have the latest version of the chipset driver. After some searching, Nfofce found out this: Do you already have an account? Find More Posts by stormy This is all dependent, of course, on having the most recent chipset ass from Asus properly installed first.
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You can test those and let us know. And where can i find these drivers? Several functions may not work.
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What the heck is that all about?
It is a fairly old piece of equipment, they can’t remember when they got it but it certainly precedes their present computer and that’s five and a half years old.