Wired connection started failing out of nowhere

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Just today I ditched Windows 10 for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on my custom PC; I installed Ubuntu via a bootable stick: minimal installation.
Everything went great installation-wise! I got it up and running; set some GNOME themes for my desktop/shell, and installed some apps.
After a while; my wired connection just stopped working: it stays on Wired Connecting for a bit and then prompts “Activation of network connection failed”. I know it’s not my Network: as all my mobile and wired devices work.
I don’t have a separate Wireless or Ethernet card: the Ethernet port comes with the Motherboard; it’s a Gigabyte F2A68HM-H.
I googled around but couldn’t find any answer – I’m loving Linux so far but without an Internet connection I can’t do much.
Thanks in advance for your support!
P.D I’m also getting a System Crash Report on startup – if that’s relevant.

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