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sorry if this is the wrong section

anyway need some help guys

ive got a biostar P35D2-A7 mobo and the drivers worked with windows7 for a few days turned my computer on this morning and internet was not working.

so went to device manages and it said drivers were not installed to tried to update with windows drivers said they were not there.

on there web site there are no drivers for windows 7 and can find any anywhere

tried the windows vista one and it says that network card is in deep sleep mode???? ive reinstalled windows and reset the bios still nothing

can anyone help
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Go to the device manager, double click the device, go to the Details tab, change the Property to Hardware Ids (second on the list), and then copy and paste the entries you see there.
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Try installing drivers from the motherboard disk.

If no luck still, pop in a spare NIC if you have one laying around.
Occasionally when they die you get interesting messages like "driver not installed".
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Go to the device manager, double click the device, go to the Details tab, change the Property to Hardware Ids (second on the list), and then copy and paste the entries you see there.
done a print screen

not got the mobo disk. dont think it would support win7 its a old board now
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post #5 of 8
Couldn't find an exact driver for that hardware ID. Give this a shot:

http://www.realtek.com.tw/Downloads/...&GetDown=false

Download the "Win7 and WinServer 2008 R2 Driver" or "Auto Installer", both version 7.034

If you download the driver, you'll have to install it manually through device manager ('have disk' method)
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ill give it a go now thanks
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post #7 of 8
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the driver starts to install then says "the realtek network controller was not found. if deep sleep mode is enabled please plug the cable"

ive disable and enable it in bios its the same still do you think its died?
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post #8 of 8
I don't think it died, but its probably the wrong driver

Try installing it manually with the 'have disk' method, or else you might have to use another NIC.
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