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The on-board LAN for my motherboard was working fine till last night after I switched out everything from my current PC case into a new one and ever since then the on-board LAN does not work anymore.

The LED lights near the LAN ports both light up but in Windows, Linux etc I always get either limited connection or no connection at all.

Is my on-board LAN dead? If so, how would it die all of a sudden just by changing cases?

Everything else works just fine. I've had to put in a Realtek NIC just to get on the internet but prefer to use the on-board if its fixable.

Thanks.
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Sounds like it is dead to me. Look for any damage to capacitors and other motherboard parts.
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The on-board LAN for my motherboard was working fine till last night after I switched out everything from my current PC case into a new one and ever since then the on-board LAN does not work anymore.

The LED lights near the LAN ports both light up but in Windows, Linux etc I always get either limited connection or no connection at all.

Is my on-board LAN dead? If so, how would it die all of a sudden just by changing cases?

Everything else works just fine. I've had to put in a Realtek NIC just to get on the internet but prefer to use the on-board if its fixable.

Thanks.
i had the same problem and it was from switching direct from lan to using a router. i just played with the reset switches and drivers and somehow i got my lan back. now i can not use my internet without my router................
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Well I've tried with and without a router and its still not connecting through the onboard LAN

Windows and Ubuntu are able to detect the onboard ethernet but cannot connect.
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Anyone else had a similiar problem and managed to fix it without adding in a seperate NIC card?
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