Upon waking up this morning I realized that I had no internet on my computer, I'm writing this on another one, and further inspection revieled that it was not detecing any ethernet ports in any shape or form. There were no indicator lights as there usally are and windows did not detect the connection. So I changed the cables and alternated them between the two ethernet ports, and lo-and-behold I got internet for about 2 minutes and then it was lost again. So are the ports dead or am I missing a driver, or is it something else?
Motherboard: ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe
CPU: AMD X2 6000+
RAM: Coasair DDR2 (2 GB, dual channel)
HD: Seagate 320 GB
GPU: EVGA 8800 GTS (320 MB)
OS: Windows XP Pro 32-bit
Roadrunner device manger doesnt recognize a problem
evongugg nothing seems wrong in the BIOS and looks set up correctly.
well I had the computer off for about 2 hours and now the internet is back, i don't know for how long it will last though. Plus its only transmitting at 100MB, as opposed to the standard 1000 MB. I'll have to try windows recovery after lunch.