MSBBN: MN-130 Network Adapter Is Not Recognized


When you try to install a Microsoft MN-130 Network Adapter,
the Microsoft Broadband Network Utility does not recognize the device, and it
may ask you to install the device again.


This issue may occur if either of the following conditions
is true:
  • There is a conflict between the MN-130 and another device
    that is installed on your computer.
  • There is a hardware configuration problem on your


To resolve this issue, use the procedures that are described
below until the issue is resolved. After the issue is resolved, restart your
computer and then continue or restart Microsoft Broadband Setup.

Method 1: Move the MN-130 to a Different PCI Slot

Remove the MN-130 Network Adapter and then reinstall it in a
different PCI slot.

Some computers are configured so that two PCI
slots share the same resources. For example, PCI slot 3 and PCI slot 5 may
share the same interrupt request line (IRQ). This may create a conflict for
some devices that are installed in those slots, but may not create a conflict
for other devices. If you move your MN-130 to a different PCI slot, you may
resolve this conflict. If you believe this conflict exists, but you cannot move
the MN-130 to a non-shared PCI slot, put your PCI video adapter (if applicable)
in one of the shared slots.

Method 2: Use Device Manager to Resolve Device Conflicts

For additional information about how to use
Device Manager to resolve device conflicts, click the following article number
to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
310126 Troubleshooting Device Conflicts
with Device Manager


For additional information about how to manage devices in
Windows XP, click the following article number to view the article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:
283658 HOW TO: Manage Devices in Windows


Artikel-id: 812468 – senaste granskning 14 feb. 2017 – revision: 1

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