SYS on startup, until eventually the Atheros L1 gigabit network card wouldn’t show up at all in device manager, and also wouldn’t show up running off the Ubuntu 7. It reset the adapter and everything worked fine. I’ve spent days on this and many users have reported the same problem, and still no updated driver on their site. So my gut instinct tells me that there’s something wrong with the driver, since my hardware setup has not changed in a long time, but my operating system has. We need a solution to this Ethernet controller for Windows
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So that time I needed to reset my router in the Windows 7 Network Troubleshooting but my another pc which was using same network didn’t have any network problem. When I run an ipconfig, it appears that the computer no longer has asuz IP address. I tried almost every driver out there, searced google for hours same problem no proper solution yet. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Steve Diesel Replied on January 30, I’m beginning to wonder if it’s the video driver update! It seems that when you do run Vista aasus experience the freezing, it can stuff up the PCI bus enough to still be stuffed even after a reboot. Specifications and features vary by model, and all images are illustrative.
No more DOS-based flash utility and bootable diskette required. Attansic reviewed them in detail, but nothing pops-out at me. As background, I have been using Vista on this PC for about a year-and-a-half now without any network connectivity issues.
In reply to Steve Diesel’s post on January 30, I wasted more than 10 hours checking the internet for solutions and finally got this fixed.
It ist not the driver from the Ethernet Adapter, but from the chipset driver version.
It enables users to plug in an additional PCI Express graphics card to set up a dual graphics card platform on a single motherboard. It looks like your problem is similar, but differs from the original question. Because it isn’t the correct driver’s in attamsic cases the network may just hang and have to be restarted. Before that on Vista and Linux are both working all right. I did read Amritha K’s post in the similar Microsoft Answer thread that I linked to above, but I am somewhat leary of installing non-Windows 7 drivers on a new Windows 7 installation.
I just checked and by chipset, do you mean the media acceleration driver?
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I’ve spent days on this and many users have reported the same problem, and still no updated driver on their site. This thread is locked. That is the only driver I could find under chipsets for the laptop chipsets.
Mine will only break if I pull alot of data-speedtest. Users can reboot their system through the support CD when a bootable disk is not available, and go through the simple BIOS auto-recovery process.
I’m in the process of uploading 28 GB — the upload does not get far before there is no network connectivity any longer.
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I rolled back to the previous Atheros L1 Gigabit driver version 2. Did this solve your problem? I did a clean install of Vista, installed Ultimate, all the drivers neccessary from the F3 Driver Disk,the problem still continues!!!
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You must log in or sign up to reply here. Thanks for the links. That is very helpful, thank you fhau, I have been having some bsod’s dealing with memory, but not ram 3 loops of memtest allll night with 0 errors for both dimms so I will check this chipset driver dl.
JSX10 Created on January 29, So I think we need to tatansic another network adaper.