So I decided to install again I would say that the problem is windows detects wrong network chip and tries to install incorrect driver from the windows drivers repository. On Realtek website there is no driver for aforementioned chip. Keep in mind that motherboard drivers may also be damaged for various reasons, such as virus-infected, or obsolete as a result of system upgrades or software changes. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. I was searching the Internet for similar problem but seems like no one had one. No network connection and when I try to shut down, at the end of the proccess, after the disk’s parking “click” is heard, the MB stays ON and the fan and everything and the screen displays a melted version of whatever it was displaying last time.

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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Yes, that’s the same link from the official ASRock website I tried to install driver from. The time now is Most popular ASRock Motherboards: Suse Linux Enterprise Server – hard disk installation 5.

Drivers for ASRock N68C-GS FX Motherboard

Hi maxie, thanks for the reply. Originally Posted by techsoul8. Mint 13 Cinnamon – live 6.


Drivers Motherboards Video cards Notebooks Printers. Ever since, no more network for me and no more power off or restart.

I’m sure that some of this could be circumvented by someone with more expertise than I, but I repeated it twice, and tried a few variations unsuccessfullyand this is what finally worked, for whatever reason.

Originally Posted by maxie.

So I decided to install again I also tried out, with no luck: The problem seems fd be with the Chipset DRiver if you got that Installed it would sort the Lan Driver issue as it is included in the Download No matter if I shut down from the K menu or from konsole asrlck root with “shutdown now”. If there is no official driver available it must be incorporated into the windows but windows detects network controller as beeing Nvidia I’m currently missing some files and I can’t seem to find those drivers help?

Originally Posted by techsoul8 Yes, that’s the same link from the official ASRock website I tried to install driver from.

Updating my BIOS from 1.

ASRock > N68C-GS FX

I don’t know why it’s recognized as Nvidia Network Controller. Right clicked my desktop, choose Leave and then Restart, as I already had the disk in the drive and then surprise – surprise! Page 1 of 2. Rebooted still no 1Gbps Installed the Realtek driver. The website uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads.


ASRock N68C-GS FX Ethernet Driver and related drivers

As life would have it, not long after posting, I managed to get it working through a combination of expert knowledge, precision craftsmanshiship, and numerous Cadbury Mini-eggs. My network card is also listed as beeing Nvidia nForce Network Controller which is incorrect.

Seriously though, I did get it up to 1Gbps, but it was a weird combination, which I was able to reproduce once, but once it was running I didn’t want to mess with it. Thanks, Yes, the cord has all 4 pairs The new processor was in the supported CPUs list.

Also tried to follow instructions from the MSDN site related to code 10 issue but that did not help either.

I was wrong I was uninstalling devices i didn’t have. Similar help and support threads.

Honestly, I use them once or twice a year. Originally Posted by rafaila