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  1. #1
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    built-in network card is not work

    Install LUbuntu 12.04.1 on EP-8K9A7I, this motherboard has built-in network card, but in is not work.

    ifconfig

    has no eth interfaces.

    What can i do to get it work?

  2. #2
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    Re: built-in network card is not work

    Open a console and type:
    Code:
    lspci | grep Ethernet
    and post the result

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    Re: built-in network card is not work

    root@ubuntu1:~# lspci | grep Ethernet
    root@ubuntu1:~#

    My 3G modem work perfectly, but eth do not work.

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    Re: built-in network card is not work

    output of lspci
    and use code tags
    and make sure the onboard chip is enabled in the BIOS and if this has a PCI slot NIC make sure it is seated (plugged in all the way) properly
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    Re: built-in network card is not work

    Thank's a lot. I forgot to switch on board chip in BIOS. Sorry, and thank's again.

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