I found lan and sata driver 1.25. Here the instruction
Linux Driver Disk Readme
For Fedora Core 7
Version 1.25 [Mar. 20th,2007]
This archive provides drivers for SATA and LAN controller of NVIDIA nForce 550/570/590
and NVIDIA nForce professional 3600/3400/3050.
This Linux distribution ships with the in-box SATA & PATA & LAN drivers which include
the above chipsets support. As such, a driver disk for installation of Linux is unneccesary.
After installing Linux, please update the LAN & SATA driver to latest version with rpm package
provided, and the 'initrd.img' file will be updated as part of the installation of the
driver rpm package so that the new SATA driver will be combined into the pre-existing
'initrd.img' image file
Section 1 provides instructions for installing latest SATA and LAN drivers onto an existing
Section 2 list the miscellaneous problem and information when running the FC7 on NVIDIA platform.
1) Install the SATA and LAN driver package on existing system
1.1) If you install the Fedora Core 7 before, you just need to run below command:
in 32bit OS: rpm -ivh nvlan-fc7-0.62-1.25.i686.rpm
rpm -ivh nvsata-fc7-2.1-1.25.i686.rpm
in 64bit OS: rpm -ivh nvlan-fc7-0.62-1.25.x86_64.rpm
rpm -ivh nvsata-fc7-2.1-1.25.x86_64.rpm
Please append '--replacefiles' or '--force' parameter if it reports file conflict.
'initrd.img' file will be updated as part of the installation of the SATA driver rpm
package so that the new SATA driver will be combined into the pre-existing 'initrd.img'
image file, the original file will be backuped with '-nv' extension,
for example: initrd-2.6.21-1.3194.fc7.img-nv, please specify the old initrd image file in
grub options if encounter the problem with the new one.
2.1) If need compile the sata_nv.ko file from source we provided with your Makefile, please make sure
the necessary Kernel header files ('scsi.h','scsi_typedefs.h','scsi_obsolete.h') are copied from
the Kernel source directory. (For FC7, refer to "http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/core/development/source/SRPMS/kernel-2.6.21-1.3194.fc7.src.rpm" for kernel source package)
For forcedeth.ko, just copy the forcedeth.c and Makefile to same directory then make it.
2.2) List the driver modules for your information:
sata_nv.ko: nVidia SATA controller driver, locate at /lib/modules/2.6.21-1.3194.fc7/kernel/drivers/scsi/
forcedeth.ko: nVidia LAN controller driver, locate at /lib/modules/2.6.21-1.3194.fc7/kernel/drivers/net/
Can anyone tell me if this will with fc9? Is there a easier way of doing this?