|14 Feb 2012||#1|
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No network because of NVIDIA nForce System Management Controller (?)
Some days ago, after a sudden power cut in my area, I noticed that I can't use my network anymore... After some searching, I found out this:
NVIDIA nForce system management controller has a yellow sign on the icon.
When I startup my computer, a message pops up in the task bar called Driver Installation (or something similar). It keeps loading, but then it says that it failed, and when I click on it, the driver that Windows was trying to install was:
NVIDIA nForce System management controller
There is also a red X on the network tray icon on the taskbar, like this:
This is not my desktop, but this is an example of how the icon looks like. ONLY the icon, as I said I can't connect nowhere, wireless doesn't detect anything, and wired network doesn't work either, and the icon with the red x is always there...
Thanks for your time.
I uninstalled the nvidia nforce system management controller, and now I 've got some more problematic drivers:
Last edited by TasosGoudas; 15 Feb 2012 at 09:29 AM..
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|15 Feb 2012||#4|
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I uninstalled the nvidia nforce system management controller, I tried to install the nforce chipset from here:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce-...56-driver.html , and now I 've got some more problematic drivers:
Also, the NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Driver that used to be there, is not anymore.
Any solutions please?
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