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The chipset is apparently realtek RTLB. In my case, since I already compiled kernel, only the new modules were built and so the build took less than a minute.
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Google and get how to’s on these topics and print some out in case you have to recover without web access. Pan not sure how to do this but I think the file s you want are located at: I have of course gone into bios to ensure that the NIC was enabled twice at least. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Page 1 of 2. I think in almost all cases you will need to upgrade kernel. Write a customer review.
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Originally Posted by forum Your situation is interesting and you should try and resolve.
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Please try again later. Originally Posted by forum It looks like the kernel at least at 2. Pan a sample email. This will bring you into the BIOS setup.
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