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Rillibi

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  1. Howdy! Got a fresh new build with what's hopefully an easily resolveable problem: I can't connect to the internet via LAN. BIOS is fully updated, at all default settings, and all drivers are installed (from ASUS website), except for the LAN driver. When installing the LAN driver, I receive the error "Realtek Network Controller not found. If deep sleep mode Plug in the cable." Researching this error, the solutions involve defaulting the BIOS (done) and messing with the network adapter in Device Managers. When I check the Device Manager, there is no trace of a network
  2. Update: after further testing I determined that it was one, not both, of the gpus that had failed. Computer is up and running now, though I've run into another issue that I'll post about shortly!
  3. Sadly not, if I did I'd be using it. SSD is brand new. Everything else is new. Thanks for the insight, y'all. Looks like my concerns are validated and I'll have to get a new gpu.
  4. Howdy! I've just put together a new tower, and cannot get the sucker to post. Spec below: MOBO: ASUS AM4 TUF GAMING X570-Plus ATX CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2X16GB) DDR4 3200 (PC4-25600) C16 1.35V SSD: addlink S70 512GB SSD NVMe PCIe 3x4 M.2 2280 GPU: Two Radeon R9 290X (Reused from previous build w/ bad mobo, could not independently confirm working) PSU: Seasonic 850w (Reused from previous build) Monitor: Monoprice Zero-G Gaming Monitor - 27 Inch, WQHD With AMD FreeSync, 2560x1440p@144Hz, 1ms, HDR, 400nits, TN
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