I was installing the latest drivers for my motherboard, I211 + I219-V on a fresh W10 x64, the 21.1 package.
I219-V work fine
But the new Drivers for I211 (at least, maybe others too) inside ProSet 21.1 are signed ¿Wrong? by INTELNPG1, and Windows refuse them with the classical Error 52.
ProSet 21.0, in other hands, work fine, the sign are correct. issued not by INTELNPG1, but Intel(R) Intel Network Drivers.
Not a drama, but it would be nice to install a properly signed driver to use it.
More strange, Drivers for I219-V are signed by INTELNPG1 too, and work fine (same cert)
Thank you for posting in Wired Ethernet Communities.
We'd like to confirm if you're able to successfully install the network adapter driver (e1r65x64.sys version 22.214.171.124 dated 05/04/2015) from Proset 21.0 package for your i211 on W10 x64.
This will help us isolate whether the error 52 was caused by driver signature or other factors.
Hi Theliel, thanks for the confirmation, please share which file you've downloaded from our download center.
Windows 10 21.1 driver - https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25016/Intel-Network-Adapter-Driver-for-Windows-10
21.1 CD - https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/22283/Intel-Ethernet-Adapters-Connections-CD
Have you tried to download it again or try the CD version? Thanks.
Hi Theliel, thanks for the information, while i'm still investigating your issue. please continue to use the working driver (version 126.96.36.199). Have you tried contacting ASUS regarding your issue, they can confirm if other similar system also encounters the same problem with version 188.8.131.52.
Kindly confirm if I have the correct understanding on your driver installation sequence. Thanks.
1. Install driver to version 184.108.40.206 - encountered error 52.
2. Install driver version 220.127.116.11
Another Fresh W10 x64 (installed a new nvme SSD), same behavior.
Default W10 Driver work fine too: 18.104.22.168 - 05/04/2016.
The only Driver Im encountering problem is with latest 22.214.171.124
I'll try to contact with ASUS about the issue too.
Hi Theliel, we'd like to request for additional details of your system, please run the Intel(R) System Support Utility and attach the result in this thread.
Thanks Theliel, we've done internal testing of I211 in Windows 10 64bit using the web pack driver of PROSet 21.1 but not able to encounter the same issue.
Any update from your ASUS contact?
Hi Theliel, we have new web pack version 22 available in our download center, please try it out.
kindly uninstall your existing i211 driver installed in your system, select "delete the driver software for this device".
Hi again and sorry my absence,
Seen work fine, finally. However, I have not tested with the installation from ProSet, but updating the Driver directly by extracting it from ProSet (With the previous version, it was impossible in any way). I see that the version for I211 is the same (at least the version number), although the date differs.
In any case, the new Driver seems to work properly, I will try these days to perform a complete installation of ProSet anyway and try.
Thanks for your time.
Note: Up to date, ASUS has not yet given any signs of life. The only change in that aspect was a BIOS update released a few days ago on the plate support, which I installed anyway, although the problem persisted equally.