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Network card/driver?


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Angelboi

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I just had my computer fixed because i fried my Asus p4p800 SE motherboard.
Paid 220.00 for a new AOpen AX4SPB-UN mobo.

All fine and dandy, however when i received my computer back i found out that the internet doesn't work.
I have tried googling solutions, drivers of sorts.

I tried updating the Realtek network driver, but no plausible results.

So I bring to you my fellow geeks, my problem. Any solutions?
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Nevermind i fixed it.
To all who want to know my solution, I went to network connections, opened the failing network, then Disabled TCP/IP Protocol, then Re-enabled it.
Your network should say "Acquiring IP" which.. made it work. The only problem was that my mobo had not picked up the IP yet.
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Just some info on the side, my computer messes up like that a lot after I LAN it with someone. First thing I _alawys_ do is go to network connections, right click the LAN connection, disable, and then enable. Has only failed me once :)
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Good to know bro, cheers.
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