pci driver

Intel D915gag motherboard
March 28, 2010 at 12:47:01
Specs: Windows XP
Help I am trying to set up a new mobo and cant find driver for pci/ethernet. I am trying to install and use a belkin n1 network card and without driver I cant get on the net to find driver?
Tim

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#1
March 28, 2010 at 13:34:34
"I cant get on the net to find driver?"

You're on the net right now, what's stopping you from downloading the driver, putting it on a thumbdrive, then installing it on the other computer?

"D915gag motherboard"

Is that the board? Couldn't find anything older? lol. Why do you need a network card? The board has onboard LAN. All you have to do is enable it in the BIOS. Windows probably has built-in drivers for it. If not, you can get them at the Intel site:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...


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#2
March 28, 2010 at 14:43:14
Ok the reason I need to be on the net with the pc in question is to run somthing like driver pro or what ever. What I'm have a problem with is none of the drivers from intel's down load page seam to work, hardware manager shows no driver for pci/ethernet, does any one know what the driver would be called, chipset, system board or what?
Pernix


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#3
March 28, 2010 at 15:13:22
Driver Pro is for newbies. You should know what your system specs are & be able to find the drivers yourself. I provided a link to the Intel drivers for your board...you just have to pick the right ones.

"hardware manager shows no driver for pci/ethernet"

You mean "Device Manager"? How's it gonna show a driver if you haven't installed one yet? And you didn't answer my question: why are you installing a PCI network card...the motherboard has one built-in.

"does any one know what the driver would be called, chipset, system board or what?"

Uh, chipset driver is for the chipset, audio driver is for the audio, video driver is for the video, LAN driver is for the LAN. You know what LAN is? Local Area Network. Your board either has the Marvell network chip or the Intel Pro network chip. Did you enable the integrated LAN in the BIOS yet?


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