Remove From My Forums. Sunday, November 1, Edited by Verwoede Monday, January 2, 2: Run the Nforce driver to extract all the drivers taking note of their location usually C: This is happening with the retail version of 7. Power down from the wall supply switch off all power then resume power on 3:
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It sounds like you have done it correctly. Power down from the wall supply switch off all power then resume power on 3: It’s as if Windows 7 disables my ethernet at the bios lvl and only a complete unplug from the mains gets them back, a reboot or reset button does not re-enable them. Windows 7 IT Pro.
After getting bored with playing around with it, I noticed when the box rebooted into XP, there was no network connectivity 32x-ma only a full power down with an unplugging would fix the problem. Not an IT pro?
Abit IN9 32X-MAX SLI and windows 7 turns off my nvidia ethernet.
Sardine – First off, the only build that is officially or otherwise supported here until the RC release is build Friday, October 30, No thanks, I’ll stick with Vista until the problem is either solved or I upgrade my motherboard sometime soon. Power down from the wall supply switch off all power then resume power on 3: I have couple of questions if you dont mind: This fixed the problem without any others cropping up, I tried updating with the most recent Win7 drivers but that just led to an almost as bad problem of it disconnecting every few minutes because the ‘Default gateway is not available’.
Secondly, I would check to make sure you’ve got the latest drivers for the board’s chipset installed. This is happening with the retail version of 7.
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Click browse and locate the extracted drivers C: It never occurred to me to try vista drivers! I’m using the 64 bit version so I downloaded the The file I tried to use for the driver was under the C: It can be found in post 41 at the end of the post.
ABIT IN9 32X-MAX
Yes, that would be problematic Now is where things get annoying, Abit is shut down and It’s an Abit motherboard and I’m getting a warning for the action center which states: Tuesday, April 28, 9: I have no problems with eyhernet OS appart from Windows 7, I have tried various builds but all disable my ethernet until the pc is actually unplugged from the mains as a reboot does not re-enable them for Xp ot Vista.