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Now, until recently, my onboard LAN was working fine, even tho my system runs 245MHz FSB. I say recently, because I came home the other day, and I found my network not working... "Cable is disconnected" to be exact.

 

Now, the cable is still connected, but the green LED on the back of my computer now flashes constantly on and off. It's on for 1 sec, then off for 1 sec. What the hell does this mean? Also, the connection LED on the router does the same thing... 1 sec on, 1 sec off.

 

I've tried resetting the router, swapping network cables, and even disableing and re-enabling my onboard LAN, none of which made a difference. The router is fine, since I am using another PC to type this message now...

 

I'm tempted to buy a PCI lan card but I'd rather get the onboard going, TBH.

 

EDIT: I've tried going back to 200MHz FSB and it still has the same problem.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hello MikeHunt79, did you fix this problem? I have the similar LAN problem, and tried several things including BIOS, NF2 driver updates, and APIC. But none works so far. Posted a message regarding these today. Please let me know any leads. Thanks,

 

Go4dfi

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