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jravas82

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My previous post got cut off, here's the AIDA32 stuff again.


Motherboard:
CPU Type AMD Athlon XP-A, 1466 MHz (5.5 x 267) 1900+
Motherboard Name Leadtek WinFast K7NCR18D / K7NCR18D Pro / K7NCR18DM / K7NCR18DLM
Motherboard Chipset nVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400
System Memory 512 MB (DDR SDRAM)
BIOS Type Award (07/03/03)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM2)
Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1)

Multimedia:
Audio Adapter nVIDIA MCP2 - Audio Codec Interface
Audio Adapter nVIDIA MCP2 - Audio Processing Unit (Dolby Digital)

Network:
Primary IP Address 127.0.0.1
Primary MAC Address 00-00-00-00-00-00
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is the network card built in to the motherboard or no?
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I'll open up the computer this evening and will check it out.

How will I know if it's built in?

Anything else I should check out while Im in there?...

Thx!
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well you can see if its external or not by the following thing.
check the back side of your PC.
you got like 6 card slots and you got a thing i like to call the main bay.
in the main bay you got everything build onto your motherboard.
youll see 4 usb entrances, and some other things.
if theres a network socket in there aswell. then you got a build in network card.

if theres a card in the slots in the back wich has a network socket you got an external network card aswell.

im not that good with computers. but this was like a question wich i thought i knew the answer of xD correct me if im wrong :)
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OK, so I couldn't find the phillips to open the case. Just my luck. So from what I saw, the card is built into the motherboard. as gloomy described, the slot for the ethernet cable is next to two USB ports, above the sound and mic ports and under what I think is the serial and parallel port? The PS/2 ports for mouse and keyboard and two more USB slots are above as well. See pics. I really hope this helps answer your question. Thanks!!! jv

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can you find the part in the windaudit or aida log that references the motherboard make and model?
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Hello,

Here's what I had previously posted. Aida32 didn't have it or didn't come up in the report but WinAudit listed the following:

Motherboard:
CPU Type AMD Athlon XP-A, 1466 MHz (5.5 x 267) 1900+
Motherboard Name Leadtek WinFast K7NCR18D / K7NCR18D Pro / K7NCR18DM / K7NCR18DLM
Motherboard Chipset nVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400
System Memory 512 MB (DDR SDRAM)
BIOS Type Award (07/03/03)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM2)
Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1)

Multimedia:
Audio Adapter nVIDIA MCP2 - Audio Codec Interface
Audio Adapter nVIDIA MCP2 - Audio Processing Unit (Dolby Digital)

Network:
Primary IP Address 127.0.0.1
Primary MAC Address 00-00-00-00-00-00

Thanks!
jv

Edited by jravas82, 20 January 2009 - 09:03 AM.

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ftp://ftp1.leadtek.com/mb/K7NCR18DPRO2/3com/3com.zip should be your driver
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What do I do with it because when I click on it, the internet page gives me an error.
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http://www.leadtek.com/eng/ in the top right corner there's a search box...put in K7NCR18D and press go... then look for the lan driver
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How do I check that it's correct? Also, what would go wrong if it happens not to be the one...? and can it be undone?
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if it's not the right driver (pretty sure it is) it just won't work
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Oh OK.

So I went to the website and searched the number like you said and when I clicked on the US server download link, a new window opened up with a connection error in IE. Does it work for you when you click on it? If so, it might be because I am at work and I don't have permission to access that. I'll have to try at home.

Also, will the website give me instructions on how to download the drivers?


~Thank you!
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if it doesn't work from home i'll work something out for you
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Sounds good, thx again.
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