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ZOTAC Z68ITX-A-E Nic did not obtain IP

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I built a pc with mobo ZOTAC Z68ITX-A-E. it has two gigabyte NICs and Wifi. At home, everything work fine. I took my pc to work and connected it to wire network and I tried both of NICs. It did not obtain an IP. While I have another pc works fine, there is no problem with work network. Even I tried ping 127.0.0.1 and it work.

I am guessing the problem is from the driver!. But I removed it, and install it again. nothing happened.
I tried Windows troubleshooting. Also it did not solve the problem.

I am using Windows 7 Ultimate with SP1.

Please help me....
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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Hello Almatrodi, there is a few things you can do:

- Have a look in the Windows Event logs and see if there is anything odd in the Application and System categories.
- Check the Speed&Duplex setting on the NICs, is it set to Auto-Negotiate? If so, try 100Mb full duplex instead.
- Check with your IT Department at work if there's some policy active that prevents unregistered/unknown computers (NICs) to access the network.
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by:Almatrodi
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Hi

- There is nothing odd. it was working perfectly at home.
- I tried to change in speed and duplex, but did not work.
- there is no policy is active about this issue.

Thanks
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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What BIOS version do you have? 2K110809 or 2K110617?
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by:Almatrodi
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bios is American Megatrends Inc. 4.6.4, 6/17/2011

and btw, I bought a use to Ethernet and it works.
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE earned 500 total points
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The BIOS version numbers I got differ from yours but your date suggests that it is the Factory delivered version. There was a new BIOS for your board released in september 2011, I suggest you upgrade and see if it fixes your issue. Good test btw to put in a separate NIC, I would have tested this as well.
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by:Almatrodi
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Thnaks very much. It works well now.
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by:Almatrodi
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Thanks very much. It works well now.
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