Advice 1: How to disable the built-in network card

For connection of computers on the network use the network card. They are of two types – external and integrated into the motherboard. If you need to disable the integrated network adapter, you can do it in BIOS or Windows.
How to disable the built-in network card
Instruction
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Turn on the computer. After the initial download in the bottom of the screen appears the message "Press Delete to Setup". Different manufacturers use different keys to enter the BIOS (Basic In-Out System). Most often it is Delete, F2, F10, Esc.
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In BIOS menu, find the item, which contains information about the integrated devices. In some versions it is called Peripheral Setup or Integrated Device. Search for brute force – open the sequence of the menu items until you find the OnBoard Lan device.
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For integrated equipment there are two state – Enable and Disable. The first means that the device is enabled and working, the second one is disabled and not used. Turn the built-in network adapter is in the Disable status, and then press F10 to exit the BIOS, saving your changes. Confirm, if prompted.
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Disable the network card, you can also Windows tools. To call context menu tap on the icon "My computer" the right mouse button. Choose the bottom item "Properties". In the window "system Properties" go to the tab "Hardware" and click "device Manager". Look for "Network adapters" and expand it by double-clicking. In the list of network devices, right-click on the name of the built-in network card. In the context menu choose the option "Disable". Confirm your decision by answering "Yes" to the question of the system. On top of a network card, a red x appears.
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If you want to connect the inline network adapter in the contextual menu choose the command "Use" - the red x will disappear, the device is ready for operation. In the commands list there is an item "Remove". If you will work it, after a reboot, the system will report "found new hardware" and starts searching for a driver for it.

Advice 2: How to enable network card

Network cards are individual and built. Built-in network card is directly on the motherboard. A separate card is installed in PCI slot. For the user, they work the same way, therefore, speaking about how to enable network card, we will not distinguish between them.
How to enable network card
Instruction
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Network cards belong to this type of devices, which often does not require special drivers. Standard Windows drivers support most boards. However, if your network card is having problems when it is detected in Windows, go to the website of the manufacturer. There you can download instructions and software to install any devices.
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After you insert the card into the slot and being detected by her Windows, it is automatically enabled. The main criterion of the correct connection – blinking orange and green diodes. If the flashing diodes is not visible, remove and insert the power cord – you may have lost contact. If this does not help, check whether a card is installed in the correct slot.
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Typically, the operations should be enough to work with the map. However, you may need to enable the network map from Windows itself. This can be done 2 ways.
Open the start menu – Network connections. In the resulting window, see the icon labeled "local area Connection". Clicking on it, right click, select the command "Include".
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If the Network connection corresponding icon no, do something else. From the start menu go to control Panel, select device Manager. In the opened window, in the list of equipment looking for your Network card. Click on a display device (networking controller), right-click and choose the command "Use".
For a few seconds on the screen you should see a small window that says "Enabling...". Network card included. If after that, the LAN access is impossible, contact your connection settings.

Advice 3: How to disable a computer on the network

Task shutdown a remote computer on the network can be solved by the user as the standard means of Windows operating system and additional software.
How to disable a computer on the network
You will need
  • - LanShutDown
Instruction
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Use the tools built into Windows to disable the remote computer over the network. To do this, access the main system menu by pressing the "start" button and click "All programs." Open the link to "Standard" and run the utility command line.
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Type shutdown /? in the text field of the Windows command interpreter to see the possible options of the necessary commands and confirm the execution of the selected action by pressing the function key Enter. To turn off a remote computer, the necessary settings:
- s - to shutdown the system;
- f for force shutdown all apps without any warnings;
- m \\ - to determine the remote computer.
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Print
shutdown /s /f /m \\remotecomputername
in the text box, the command line and confirm the execution of the selected action by pressing the function key Enter. This will lead to the desired result.
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Download and install on a computer dedicated application to disconnect the remote computer over the network LanSutDown. The app is free, and freely available on the Internet. Run the installed program and open menu "Action" upper service panel of the application window. Select "Off" and type the remote computer name or IP address in the "computer Name". Authorize the execution of the selected action, putting the account name and the administrator password in the corresponding fields of the opened window prompted and clicking the button "Confirm".
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Note the ability to display the necessary messages before shutting down the computer and additional setting force shutdown all apps available in the Advanced section. It is also possible to determine the time interval before shutting down. If necessary, the immediate shutdown, type 0 in the "display Time"message.
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