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    Knoll Karzidov is offline Junior Member
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    Default nvidia nforce networking controller

    hi! i need a solution with my problem, nvidia nforce networking controller error code 10.
    os = w7 ulti 32 bit
    mobo = asrock n68c-gs fx
    bios ver = P1.40
    cpu = amd athlon II x2 240
    ram = 4G
    gpu = nvidia gf 9500 gt

    already reinstalled os and mobo driver (cd) w/c comes from orig purchase.

    Still got > nvidia nforce networking controller error.
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    Default Re: nvidia nforce networking controller

    A bit late, but in case anyone else is facing this problem: The motherboard chipset is defective and the motherboard needs to be replaced. It is not worth repairing such an old board anymore. That particular motherboard uses a known defective nVidia chipset, the MCP67. nVidia got sued for the high rate of failure of several generations of laptop chips, but the truth is that the desktop variants were also affected, only that they lasted longer since desktop boards generally run cooler and are less stressed than their portable counterparts.
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    Default Re: nvidia nforce networking controller

    Not to mention repairing it would be impossible, since getting a replacement Nvidia chipset would be impossible. This situation also explains why Nvidia is no longer in the chipset business as it basically was an example of epic fail, sorry to say.

    You could of course get a cheap network card for a PCI slot, which would allow the board to function a while longer.

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