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    A friend of mine has a Asus Crosshair mobo and a 6000 X2 processor and he's having some problems. The thing is that none of his ethernet ports are working and he put in a NIC card and it doesn't work either. He is receiving data but not sending data he can also do a traceroute and ping from the cmd.exe. But no web pages show up and no games will work. He's uninstalled/re-installed drivers, power cycled his modem/router, and uninstalled/re-installed nforce software but nothing works. Any ideas, I think it has to be software related somehow.

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    did he disable the integrated LAN on the BIOS?
    What?

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    Yeah he's already checked and rechecked that. Also updated to teh latest BIOS, still nothing.

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    firewall \ router related with port blocking maybe :confused:

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    Well I don't think it could be his router b/c he has a second computer plugged into it and it's working fine. Maybe it's the nvidia software?

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