|17 Jan 2010||#31|
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Sorry to bring up old topic but I am so exhausted searching for my Networking drivers for windows seven. I tried to install from a chipset CD and it seems like it did not install properly.
Then I tried to install via drivermax as been posted in this thread but it seems like they were installed first. I went to
Control Panel > Network and Sharing > Change adapter Settings > select your LAN > Properties > TCP/IPv4 > Properties
and put the stuff there (since my machine set to obtain IP address and DNS server not automatically ).
But after I save them they dissappear each time and hence I cant connect to internet.
My specs of Motherboard are as follows:
Chipset: NVIDIA nForce4
Southbridge: NVIDIA nForce4 MCP
LPCIO: Winbond W83627EHF
Sadly, the official site doesn't have nForce4 series drivers.
EDIT: So happy to say that my issue now is solved thanx to the nforcerhq forums =)
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