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many thanks, finally seeing day light at the end of the nightmare tunnel. lolz. i'm going to try some methods i know and see if i can fix the issues. if not, back to square one of asking questions and google. hehe

many thanks, thanks
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post #12 of 16
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thanks again for your help. after doing some research on the bsod and your suggestions. i found out that my mobo have a knowing problem with the onboard network card. i try using intel latest software and got it to work for about 30 secs before bsod. many say is a defect in the hardware, when is working hard, it crashes. some suggests get another network card running on pci slot. i'm going down to frys to get one and see if that fixes it. i'll keep this updated.

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thanks again for your help. after doing some research on the bsod and your suggestions. i found out that my mobo have a knowing problem with the onboard network card. i try using intel latest software and got it to work for about 30 secs before bsod. many say is a defect in the hardware, when is working hard, it crashes. some suggests get another network card running on pci slot. i'm going down to frys to get one and see if that fixes it. i'll keep this updated.

thanks you all for helping
Good luck

ps. Buy a legit copy of W7 while you are down there
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thanks again for your help. after doing some research on the bsod and your suggestions. i found out that my mobo have a knowing problem with the onboard network card. i try using intel latest software and got it to work for about 30 secs before bsod. many say is a defect in the hardware, when is working hard, it crashes. some suggests get another network card running on pci slot. i'm going down to frys to get one and see if that fixes it. i'll keep this updated.

thanks you all for helping
You're welcome
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post #15 of 16
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thanks again for all who help me. the problem is resolve. i can't believe the onboard lan is the source of my problems. i bought a pci-e lan card and stuck it in.

a $300 asus board that have factory defects, cant believe that. i didn't expect that from asus.

now time to complaint to asus and see if i can get some resolution for all my headaches
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No prob bro, that's why people come here, to mostly seek help for problems and then to offer assistance to others having problems as well. =) ASUS has pretty good customer service, you should be okay with them and get to a resolution with them.
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