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    On-Board Network Interface Card not detected

    Hi friends! I have P5GC-MX ASUS motherboard in my system,it has onboard NIC(network interface card).I have successfully assigned IP address and used the NIC in Windows OS,But when I assign IP staying in LINUX and restart the network service ,I get the error message "device eth0 does not seem to be present.....delaying initialization" and I am not able to successfully restart the network service.Please help me resolve the issue.How can I successfully detect my NIC and assign IP to it successfully.

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    Post RE: On-Board Network Interface Card not detected

    After a bit of digging I found this page http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/...etDown=false#2
    try lspci in a root terminal and see what kind of card your NIC is. if it is a realtec one there is a linux driver at the link above...
    Good Luck with all,
    Mechdave

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