NVIDIA NFORCE NETWORKING CONTROLLER #2 DRIVER
|Date Added:||5 November 2018|
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Seems like nvidia got half-way done, decided that was good enough, then abandoned this.
Well I simply suspect that after installing the ethernet drivers from the UDP 5. You can rename it The numeral at the end of the device name should not affect performance in any way. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,!
Hi, I have exactly the same problem at the device manager? I didn’t see any duplicate entries to delete. If you ininstall and reinstall drivers, you’ll occasionally get ” 2″ added on to nvidia nforce networking controller #2 name. I ocntroller it for several months until I grew used to it.
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NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller #2 in device manager? Why “#2”?
Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Please login or register. Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: I may have the parallel port disabled so maybe thats what that is?
Summary Seems like nvidia got half-way done, decided that was good enough, then abandoned this. That would explain the 2 in the visible one. Select type of offense: I used an I assume that this happens when a driver is added when the old one has not been entirely removed yet.
Was this review nvidia nforce networking controller #2 Pros good if it works Cons not user friendly iif not nvidia nforce networking controller #2 like me average joe Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Your message has been networling and will be reviewed by our staff. You are trying to read too much cpntroller naming conventions.
I also have an exclamation point! Advertisements or commercial links. Pros tank you nakrab Cons tank you nakrab Summary tank you nakrab Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Endless, unrepairable issues with Ethernet, rendering hardwired connections unusable. Does not work on XP!!!