If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Some times it works some times it doesnt. I just remembered something though. Could this be the cause of my problem trying to hook up a new computer on the internet? Check for updated firmware and see if that fixes you problem I think some new firmware was posted this month See if you can test them with out using the router. Results 1 to 3 of 3. As you will see in our benchmark results, this lack of consistent OC controls with broad ranges is really a shame, since the Asus K8N-E is a fast board.
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I pretty much gave up after messing with it for a few days and now every now and then I try something new that reminds me I need to post this question in networking forums I have comcast cable broadband – I set it up so the ethernet cable goes from their router straight to my computer, trying both the onboard LAN and NIC – no luck.
I plug in the ethernet cable, and no internet. About 2 months ago the mac stopped connecting to the internet, and we thought that the NIC had just died.
Asus is normally masterful in their board layouts, with careful attention to function and placement of board components. I may have messed up the driver install though because I had to manually choose aka force the driver to install.
ASUS K8N-E – motherboard – ATX – Socket 754 – nForce3 250Gb Series
Asus did not include any chipset voltage adjustments at all on the K8N-E, a feature that many will miss. Any ideas are greatly appreciated!
So, what’s the problem? If does not work then the problem easier to trace down. Could this be the cause of my problem trying to hook up a new computer on the internet?
If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register awus you can post: Only the top edge between the CPU socket and the rear IO is a concern, with a row of capacitors and coils close to the socket.
We were more than a bit surprised, however, to find the uneven range of adjustment options on the K8N-E. Socket Roundup, Part 3: Log ,an Don’t have an account?
Also, the HT range only extends to 4X in large 1X increments – a range to 5X like many competitors with finer 0.
Asus K8N-E: Features and Layout – Socket Roundup, Part 3: Asus, Soltek & DFI
The time now is Some of the fastest current memory requires 2. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: I then installed all the chipset drivers except audio and ethernet – didn’t work. If aeries need to connect a floppy, make sure that wsus pay close attention to the location of the floppy in your case compared to the K8N-E.
I just remembered something though. But even when I turn the firewall off, or play with the autonegotiate settings, no internet. Some times it works some times it doesnt. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.
The computer is behind a Linksys router. All-in-all, the K8N-E is a really mixed bag, with some adjustments that are exemplary, and others, missing or downright crude. Normally, I have a linksys router after their provided router to split the connection to two computers – a mac and pc. But if the router is not seeing the computer and not giving them an IP address that a problem and I have yet to figure out how to get file sharing to work over it.
Perhaps this is a concession to the K8N-E appearing late in the cycle, but we were particularly dismayed by memory voltage adjustments that top out at 2.
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Fortunately, the capacitors are on the short side, making it likely that most big overhanging heatsinks will clear the caps. IDE connectors are in our preferred upper right edge location, though Asus has placed the floppy connector on the bottom right edge of the board – a less desirable location in many case layouts. Results 1 to 3 of 3. Is there anyway Comcast could disconnect the mac, and not the pc, eventhough they are behind a linksys router?
The pin ATX connector and 4-pin 12V are almost ideal, since both are out of the way on board edges and do not need to be snaked over or asue any components.