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    Default GA-EP35-DS3R Realtek Disables After Power Loss

    The GA-EP35-DS3R onboard Realtek NIC will get the disabled splat after a power loss.

    I thought it was dead but read here (thanks) to load BIOS optimum defaults after a power loss and it works again. But then I have to reset my clocking. Yawn.

    Fine. I have a video/electronic alarming & notification system that I need not to experience this after a storm and I'm 500 miles away.

    I have it to boot back up to the last state it was in.

    Anyone know how for remedy this other than spring for a DLink PCI NIC card? Does Giggabyte know>?
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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Realtek Disables After Power Loss

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Be sure you are using the latest BIOS, and latest LAN Drivers >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...st-bios-28441/

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    Thanks,

    The mobo FW I can figure but the on-board NIC makes me shy off.

    It's on-board and they list them as PCI & PCI express. Why do they not have an on-board category?
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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Realtek Disables After Power Loss

    Quote Originally Posted by 2therock View Post
    Thanks,

    The mobo FW I can figure but the on-board NIC makes me shy off.

    It's on-board and they list them as PCI & PCI express. Why do they not have an on-board category?
    OK, I got it. I take it I choose the top one Version 5.738 for WinXP SP2?

    Windows says I'm up to date with a 2007 version. Heh?

    So even though the board is a Gigabyte you guys would suggest the upgrade from Realtek?

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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Realtek Disables After Power Loss

    Yes, they do label things funny, likely translations or something?

    Yes, just choose whatever system you have, from the link I provided to you.

    Yes, I always suggest you get all drivers direct from the source. What do you mean 2007, what is 2007? That driver I linked you to is new, as in this month

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