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Need Help Bad!!!!!new motherboard won't install wireless network card

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sampson2269, Sep 14, 2003.

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  1. sampson2269

    sampson2269 Thread Starter

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    Okay i just purchased a new motherboard. It's The ASUS A7N8X DELUXE. Well just got this new motherboard and couple weeks ago had a different one biostar, well with that board all my hardware worked fine. Now that i got this new motherboard installed which was supposedly the best motherboard of 2002. Anyways my Problem is that when i try to use my Internet with my wireless network card, (orinoco) i can't, because window's won't let me install it. I am using xp professional. So i went into device manager to see what was creating the problem and i get this error. (This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use) (Code 12). Then i tried everything it told me to try disabling my on-board Ethernet network adapters in bios, nothing worked, I have pretty much tried everything i can think of. Also i have updated all my drivers so i know that's not the problem. Someone please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Kyle
     
  2. compilerxp

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    What wireless network card?

    You may also try the manufacture on this, since its a new card.
     
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