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24-Mar-2012, 05:48 PM #1
Question Isa server doesnt load network drivers>?
i use a win server 2003 ent edition with isa server 2006 but last day we had elecric probl and the server was off for a while but now when we start the server it takes too much to login and the applying ... takes too much and when it loads the user profile it takes 5 nins to load network cards (2) and theres no internet after it has loaded them... why can this happen anyone has experience on this?
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25-Mar-2012, 11:30 AM #2
If there was an electrical storm I would imagine that the network cards got fried or the switch port they are plugged into got fried. Put in new patch cables from the server to the switch and a different set of ports on the switch. If that doesn't work try a PCI NIC card and see if the server will recognize that. I have had onboard NIC cards go bad a few times.
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