NIC Driver for HP dc7600 desktop

Posted on 2006-04-04
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I've installed Windows 2003 Server on an HP dc7600 desktop PC. I'm unable to see the LAN Network Interface in the Network Connections. Having checked the settings in the Device Manager it seems that the device drvier for the NIC is not installed with this Win 2003 installation. I've downloaed the NIC driver from HP's web site:

It does not have a specific driver for Windows 2003 Server, So I have tried both for XP and 2k drivers. None have worked.
I've connected the LAN cable that is showing the two lights at the back of the box.

Can anyone has a clue?

Question by:SarfarazAhmed
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    you need to get a NIC that is compliant to W2k3..

    purchase an Intel, 3Com
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    Expert Comment

    This is from teh Windows 2k3 HCL (Hardware Compatibilty List)

    choose any of those cards, and you will be good to go.
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    cool.. thank you!

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