On my non -E this works great. Also, I forgot to mention that the Marvell Lan driver I was attempting to install was the still current version, 6. My best guess is that it is a resource conflict. My symptoms are exactly as stated by Ironbasher. XP will not find the driver, but if I reinstall it from the disc it works fine I just have to reboot again after reinstalling. All suggestions gratefully received – especially one that works!

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I’m gonna try a different BIOS revision though, any chance you could check and let me know what rev you are running? Also a few of these jumpers are next to PCI slots which may mean they could be blocked if a card is installed.

I use Windows Pro, so am not quite familiar with XP. Any chance there is an option in the BIOS a7b8x-e enable the gigbit ethernet controller?

ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 Ultra 400 Series

The fact that yours gave a few initial twitches, together with the phenomena reported by others makes me suspect that the chip in question has some marginal characteristics. I have tried the enable jumper on the MOBO in both positions, just in case they got it wrong in the book, but to no avail. So if you have a videocard with a large cooler, you may end up losing the first PCI slot as a result see above image.


OK, so they got away with it in most cases!

How can I force windows to accept the marvel drivers in place of the microsoft drivers for this device? Logitech’s intelligent solution to their smart home restores Harmony. Home Reviews News Forums. However once installed in a case, I found that the ATX cable blocks the removable 3.

I find this extremely inconvenient and inefficient as a consumer because in order to adjust something as simple as disabling SATA, you need to not only switch the jumper to the appropriate spot, but also change the appropriate setting in the BIOS.

However, I still have a suspicion that the addition of the Gigabit Lan was a fix rather than an originally planned design feature. That’s simply your “firewire” adapter, and it is a network device, which is why it shows up in that area.

I have reloaded XP from absolute scratch clean drives, etcbut that did not solve the problem. Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. I’m running the final. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. These capacitors may block larger heatsinks like this Thermalright AX7. Latest News Latest Videos. All suggestions a7n8x–e received – especially one that works!

Asus decided asuw spend their value-add-ins on the software and on the wireless network lah. I tried uninstalling this net adapter and turning off the IEEE device in the bios and also disconnected the cables from their sockets but the gigabyte lan adapter is still not being reconized by windows. I’m wondering if it’s the same with mine, but mine is just periodic, not constant. Initially specified production test routines don’t necessarily disclose all critical parametes for specific application scenarios.


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I too am having the same problem with getting winXP to reconize the marvel driver for this board. Most motherboards enthusiast or otherwise include this as a matter of reliability and stability but Asus however chose not to include one. This won’t be an issue if you don’t tinker with your computer’s innards a lot, but it is a design issue to be aware of.

It’s been running flawless for 12 years. As far as backward compatibility, the Marvell adapter should work fine without any tweaking on any network, it just adds the ability for the faster transfer. No, everything else is OK.

These jumpers blue could be blocked if a PCI card is installed.