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I've been having some problems connecting to the internet and I think it might be the ethernet card. I was wondering how I would know if this Intel card would work with my M4A785T-M/CSM ASUS motherboard. Thanks.

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You forgot to provide details about your Intel card. Also, just see what the slot type is of the network card and then look if the slot type is available on the motherboard. Note, if you are doing this to fix your other question; I don't think replacing the card will help at all given that it's just the DHCP that is broken... –  Tom Wijsman Aug 25 '11 at 23:18
Sorry I forgot to put the hyperlink in there. So far I have had no luck fixing the DHCP so I needed to look at other options. –  Luke oX Aug 25 '11 at 23:30
I have added a comment on your other question (containing the router IP). –  Tom Wijsman Aug 25 '11 at 23:32

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The details on NewEgg list that it has 1 PCI Express 1.0 slot and 1 PCI Express 2.0 slot; since your card is PCI Express 1.0, it will fit for sure. The only thing that you still have to check is whether other cards need a PCI Express 1.0 slot.

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Are you saying I need another PCI card? If all else fails with my problem, I was just planning on switching my Realtek card with this Intel card. –  Luke oX Aug 25 '11 at 23:59
@LukeoX: Oh, in case of replacement never mind that last sentence. –  Tom Wijsman Aug 26 '11 at 0:02
Ok thanks you for the info. –  Luke oX Aug 26 '11 at 0:07

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