There is a chance that it won’t and that’s when the annoying part comes. All times are GMT Make sure to uninstall the drivers as well, or the corrupted ones may re-appear at restart. Originally Posted by seth I get the drivers for it here – Marvell – Support Or uninstall the latest driver and see if the older driver from Windows Update run WU might work out.

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Posted Dec Mon 31st Remove From My Forums. Anything that could stop this I’m willing to try, as long as it doesn’t cause any harm to somebody. By repair I deactivate and activate it again afterwards. Cutting a long story short they just tested it for a short period of marvel.

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Try running this chipset inf. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Marvell Yukon Driver Hi, Just wondering who else mavell a Marvell Yukon network controller and are you happy with the new driver changes?

I’m thinking of recording a video with my camera showing how it behaves to see if they have any comments. If it doesn’t see them asuus reboot, try the scan for new hardware again to see if it finds them, then if prompted, again, find “new” ones. Find More Posts by CC Wednesday, July 27, 3: As of now, I am using a wireless router and adapter, it’s just slower but works.


So you only have one adapter at a time enabled and yet both adapters are experiencing the same type of failure am I right?

I get the drivers for it here – Marvell – Support Or uninstall the latest driver and see if the older driver from Windows Update run WU might work out. CC windows 7 professional 64 bit 3 posts. Have you tried yykon download the network adapter driver from ASUS website and install it? I will have to go and find it.

GoogleTalk is my first sign that the connection is gone Usually jukon I boot my computer I have to fiddle with it. How about your firewall?

Can not get it back no matter what I try. Have you already investigated to see if it may be the modem that lost connection, or if it was your ISPs DNS server by temporarily switching to Google Public DNS to see if you have connection afterwards?

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Get back into BIOS, re-enable the controllers, reboot, and if the system sees them it will ask if you want to use the current drivers or find new ones. This is a replacement motherboard by the way.

No disconnects what so ever. I suspect that it also has to do with my flaky cable connection lately. Originally Posted by Airbot Hmm, sorry to hear it. I mean, I reported the LAN not working. The gukon firewall that exists is the router’s; however, I do not see why it would block Firefox’s ports.


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It says “no cable is connected” yukin it clearly is, so I just repair the connection and it works. You aren’t mad as I have experienced the same issues with both lans dropping out, more noticeable when uploading data or files, nevertheless it even occurred with no data traffic. What I’ve tried to fix this is: Posted Dec Wed 19th 4: Edited by Win7Tester Thursday, July 28, 1: Current one is Win 7 64 bit Googling for others with the marcell problem, but it’s hard because it’s so many people having different issues with this component on other boards, or externals, I don’t know as I stop reading when I see it’s not in my area.

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