No Ethernet at Win2008[r2) installation

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    • #44051

      Problem Description: Device manager reports problems with ‘Other devices’. Primary amongst these is ‘Ethernet Controller’, without which further driver updates cannot be obtained.
      Driver Provider: Unknown
      Driver Date: Unknown
      Driver Version: Unknown
      But Belarc Adviser Profile has under comm’s:
      RAS Async Adapter, with a MAC address, and a series of 6 WAN Miniport all on another MAC adr.

      Tried to download a RAS Async Adapter 5.0.2175.1
      but all requests led to Microsoft with nothing forthcoming.

    • #50810

      Please clarify, is this a 802.3 (wired ethernet) network card or a 802.11 (wireless) network card? There is very little support regarding your card i could find online with the information you provided. Do you have an OEM computer? For example an HP M7250N. Could you please tell us the make and model of your PC?

    • #60629
      Anonymous

      Please clarify, is this a 802.3 (wired ethernet) network card or a 802.11 (wireless) network card? There is very little support regarding your card i could find online with the information you provided. Do you have an OEM computer? For example an HP M7250N. Could you please tell us the make and model of your PC?

    • #50811

      @halladayrules wrote:

      Please clarify, is this a 802.3 (wired ethernet) network card or a 802.11 (wireless) network card? There is very little support regarding your card i could find online with the information you provided. Do you have an OEM computer? For example an HP M7250N. Could you please tell us the make and model of your PC?

      Sorry. It is wired ethernet. The interface is on the main board, which is an ASRock K8Upgrage-1689.
      The recommended Everest program, downloaded and transferred to the machine, reported the motherboard as unknown. Belarc Advisor identified it OK, and with a comm’s interface: RAS Asynch Adapter. Searching for that, leads to Microsoft download sites, which however will not deal with other than the machine in question!

    • #60630
      Anonymous

      @halladayrules wrote:

      Please clarify, is this a 802.3 (wired ethernet) network card or a 802.11 (wireless) network card? There is very little support regarding your card i could find online with the information you provided. Do you have an OEM computer? For example an HP M7250N. Could you please tell us the make and model of your PC?

      Sorry. It is wired ethernet. The interface is on the main board, which is an ASRock K8Upgrage-1689.
      The recommended Everest program, downloaded and transferred to the machine, reported the motherboard as unknown. Belarc Advisor identified it OK, and with a comm’s interface: RAS Asynch Adapter. Searching for that, leads to Microsoft download sites, which however will not deal with other than the machine in question!

    • #50812

      Download the Windows XP LAN driver for your Asrock motherboard here:

      http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=K8Upgrade-1689&o=XP

      It will come compressed as a .zip file. Extract the application to your desktop. Right-click on ULi_LAN_3.10_eng.exe and choose Properties. Click on Compatibility. Run the application in compatibility for Windows XP (Service Pack 3). Click Apply and then OK. Launch the application and see if it successfully installs the driver.

      Preresquities: You will need to find a removable device such as a CD/DVD, USB flash drive, external HDD to transfer the application to your source computer since you are offline at the moment. I see you are posting on this forum so you must have access to another computer with internet access. Hope this works.

    • #60631
      Anonymous

      Download the Windows XP LAN driver for your Asrock motherboard here:

      http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=K8Upgrade-1689&o=XP

      It will come compressed as a .zip file. Extract the application to your desktop. Right-click on ULi_LAN_3.10_eng.exe and choose Properties. Click on Compatibility. Run the application in compatibility for Windows XP (Service Pack 3). Click Apply and then OK. Launch the application and see if it successfully installs the driver.

      Preresquities: You will need to find a removable device such as a CD/DVD, USB flash drive, external HDD to transfer the application to your source computer since you are offline at the moment. I see you are posting on this forum so you must have access to another computer with internet access. Hope this works.

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