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P67-UD4 Network Adapter Issue

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So I just got my Rev 1.0 UD4 and swapped out my old 920 for a 2500k.

Got everything installed, got into BIOS, changed it to AHCI and left everything at defaults.

Windows loads, restarts and everything looks great. I then notice that I'm not connected to the internet, so I click on the icon and it says cannot connect yada yada. I look at the adapter and there are none - so I grab the Gigabyte CD and load all the drivers, etc. Restart a few times still nothing.

I am running the F7 BIOS but nothing will fix it, I got the network driver from the gigabyte website on a USB and loaded it, nope cannot load since no adapter is found.

Any suggestions?
Edited by tats - 3/1/11 at 9:00pm
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Nothing?
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Rma
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Rma
This.... I loaded mine off the driver cd and worked fine.
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Hmm - the interesting thing is I bought it off a member here who had it woring perfectly last week. Would installing another copy of windows on another drive be something to try first?
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Hmm - the interesting thing is I bought it off a member here who had it woring perfectly last week. Would installing another copy of windows on another drive be something to try first?
I would say to reinstall windows anyways just to try it.

Could also get a cheap wireless or wired card/adapter off newegg or something until you feel like sending it in for the recall.
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I would say to reinstall windows anyways just to try it.

Could also get a cheap wireless or wired card/adapter off newegg or something until you feel like sending it in for the recall.
Yeah maybe I will reinstall it tonight to back up drive - I have a wireless card I can use, but it is just annoying - I was all ready to go and get this baby to 5 ghz and now no interweb...
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Yeah maybe I will reinstall it tonight to back up drive - I have a wireless card I can use, but it is just annoying - I was all ready to go and get this baby to 5 ghz and now no interweb...
Yea i know what you mean....

I wish you luck in the 5ghz, I personally need like 1.46 to get to 4.8 that's with LLC on I tried 5ghz with 1.51 but it wasn't stable and i wasn't trying to push it.... I can probably get 4.9 but I like to play on my machine more than tweaking it.

Funny thing is my h50 is kicking the heat off these things like right now my 4.8ghz hardly breaks 70c. It ends up being voltage paranoid rather than heat paranoid. I can imagine in the future we might be doing insane overclocks on the stock cooler with no need for additional cooling.
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So I think I will re-flash the BIOS and then do a fresh install on another drive and see what happens....
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yea reflash BIOS to a new beta off tweaktown.

Make sure your cables are all plugged in.
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