Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. As few people has mentioned in the forum, its really annoying to fix this problem. Motherboard Driver Release Date: I’m not sure how to install a new kernel on Ubuntu, so I’m afraid I cannot provide you with more information in that regard. And that was not a good fix. I want to tahnk you, you saved my day:
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Sat Aug 12, 5: Joe Smith yasumoto7 wrote on As it is I forgot to mention I’m dual booting ubuntu and having booted into windows and back into ubuntu I now have an internet connection! A successful manual update of an kcp55 running nForce RAID driver is not as easy as with other drivers. I get the temporary fix and do the following every time I log on. They should work with Win10 as well.
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This problem is still relevant in Ubuntu 8. Regards, –Zooko http: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. I will try again with your drivers, and if is not working I will try with windows 8 but maybe next weekend: Oh, and there is another consideration which is that my kernel config is a custom kernel config of my own choosing, so it could be that applying my kernel config instead packaeg the Ubuntu kernel config to either the Ubuntu And are there some that get 1 for one if them with the driver making use of that.
Should I have to try in 2. I want to ask if this drivers works with windows 8. Installing nVidia’s nForce network driver HowTo. I’ve already tried 2.
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I’ve tried the Ubuntu Gusty Gibbon Tribe 5 live disc x86 and the netboot variant x86 too, netboot worked fine. Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: Stefan Bader wrote on The solution given above resolved my problem.
Zooko Wilcox-O’Hearn zooko wrote on I’m not sure how to install a new kernel on Ubuntu, so I’m afraid I cannot provide you with more information in that regard. Darek travelling-student wrote on The Realtek Audio driver may not be installed automaticly by running the installer of the package.
Nvidia no longer does chipsets and will no longer update their pacakge drivers. It has been stated that this is expected to be fixed in 2. I take back what I’ve said Take a look at https: Remember, the problem happened reliably, so there is no question that the only thing that I changed was changing my kernel to the 2.
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Kozie flamefingers wrote on The fix is not obvious. Thanks a lot lad for posting and attikon for compiling this all together.
I’ll keep you posted. How stable is 2. So the users probably have to do a manual driver installation from within the Device Manager.
I attch you a print screen to see.