Its not finding that driver.
Ive found a couple of spare ethernet cards that im now trying to make work. But they arent either. Even though ive found the drivers for those too.
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Edited by dscdsc, 16 January 2010 - 12:40 PM.
Yes it could be disabled in bios and may be two different setting you would have to check.
The a: drive isnt being recognised but thats not urgent. could that also be disabled in the bios, i didnt thinkto look just now.
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