I do know that the release notes say the LAN boot code has changed for the better and therefore the LAN characteristics will have changed. Otherwise, you’ll have to update to and then Can this be an issue with the NIC card. Plz suggest what needs to be done. If so, go to:

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BIOS updates do fail.

Configuring Wake-On LAN for IntelĀ® Desktop Boards

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Did this solve your problem? Is it a fault of XP or my Intel motherboard. Mine is a Integrated LAN card. Intel support page says you have to have at least v before you update to v Thanks for marking this as the answer.


Configuring Wake-On LAN for IntelĀ® Desktop Boards

Infact there is no LAN icon ijtel taskbar. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Can this be an issue with the NIC card. Carolina Calling Replied on September 27, I’m sure the information is somewhere on the Intel site but I don’t know how to find it.

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No Network Adapter after clean installation of XP – Microsoft Community

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Intel Desktop Board D915GVWB – motherboard – micro ATX – LGA775 Socket – i915GV Series

This is what i did: Its not at all showing the LAN. It will help others find this answer in the future.

If it does ihtel up, WindowsXP 9d15gvwb find it. Yeah, I knew how old it was. Determine the BIOS revision.

When i check in device manager, I can’t see the Network adapter in list. Hmm, have you determined what version BIOS you’ve got? No Intel pro Adapters present in this computer. What do you see in the device manager under “Network Adapters”? And based on ur experience, how much time should it take?