ASUS firmware update nforce A8N-e

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by - Bobb -, Jan 12, 2007.

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    While troubleshooting a USB 2.0 problem, I updated my nforce4 drivers to
    latest for my A8N-E mobo. Today I noticed that I could not disable my
    network adapter. I got a message:

    " Cannot disable ... either not plug-n-play compatible or in use by
    another user or system. Check with your administrator. "
    I remembered getting a "not certified as pnp" when I installed the
    update, so I rolled back the driver on the onboard nic - rebooted and
    now working "normally again".
     
    - Bobb -, Jan 12, 2007
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