I powered up fine today as well, but I’m assuming the keyboard and mouse is going to stop working again. I do not have another PCI-E slot to plug the card in to. I am sending you an email from my Dell email address now to request this. There will be an option to disable it and then make sure to save and exit the BIOS. My bios version is ao5. I just updated it to the most recent version of ao5 last week when troubleshooting, per an online suggestion.
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I installed the drivers and hooked everything up fine and it all worked. I would try disabling the Integrated NIC, installing the new network card, test it dell optiplex 790 nic, and then reset the system to see if it still hangs on 1 3 4. I currently have my secretary de,l up with a spare computer so I can pretty much try anything whenever is convenient for you. The next dell optiplex 790 nic, now I’m getting my boot screen, then it goes black and I see a 1 3 4 on the tower of my PC.
Please let me know if you need more information or anything. Hi Tucker, Thanks for the update. On Friday I was able to power on, log in, and work on my network just fine.
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My bios version is ao5. New Network Adapter causing boot up problems with Optiplex I dell optiplex 790 nic already disabled the NIC. No lights were blinking, nothing. Go ahead and try the same slot first with the NIC disabled dell optiplex 790 nic trying the 2nd one, and off the top of my head I want to say there are 2 but you might already have the other one in use if so, do not worry about swapping.
Have you tried the other PCI-E slot for the network card? I just updated it to the most recent version of ao5 last week when troubleshooting, per an online suggestion.
I do not have another PCI-E slot to plug the card in to. Just no function of any peripherals. Thanks for the update.
I traced it to either a bad Ethernet port on the motherboard or some other fault related to that. I powered up fine today as well, but I’m assuming the keyboard dell optiplex 790 nic mouse is going to stop working again.
I shut down the machine to confirm that it will reboot and be fixed still.
The fans were still spinning and I still had my desktop image kptiplex the screen. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. KM keyboard and mouse connection problems. Only to find that when I dell optiplex 790 nic, I get the same problem!
I am just wondering if that changes anything. Why would it only work the first time after resetting the BIOS? I did that and after a restart, it boots up perfectly.
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There will be an option to disable it and then make sure to save and exit the BIOS. If I remove the new network card and start my machine, it works perfectly, I just cannot access dell optiplex 790 nic network or the internet because the on board Ethernet port is not working.
Can you send me your Service Tag on the machine in an email?