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AvanB
Beginner
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Enabling adapter causes system runs out of memory.

I have a system with 8 GB RAM and an integrated 82574L Nic.

I had to reïnstall the driver.

After that when I only load the driver, the system runs fine.

But when I enable one of the two adapters, the system runs out of memory within 1 minute.

What or how do I have to configure to solve this big problem?

Or is there any other solution?

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st4
New Contributor III
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Hi Alfredvb,

Thank you for the post. Please provide more info below:

What is the system model you have?

What is the operating system?

Where did you download the driver?

thanks,

wb

AvanB
Beginner
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Hi wb,

Thank you for the response.

The system is a Supermicro X8ST3 2.0

The OS is Windows 7 Professional SP1. All updates are installed.

Let me explain the history.

The system was installed in de past with de OEM driver Intel_PRO_v16.5 by someone before me.

Then I downloaded Intel_PRO_v19.5 from Intel and updated the network driver.

After that the problem ocurred.

So I complitly removed the driver and reïnstallled Intel_PRO_v19.5

But the problem consists.

So I thought to solve the problem by removing the driver again an reïnstall the Original one Intel_PRO_v16.5.

But that did not solve the problem.

st4
New Contributor III
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Hi Alfredvb,

Thank you for the information and clarification. Please try to use the driver available for Supermicro* specifically for your system

http://www.supermicro.com/support/resources/results.cfm http://www.supermicro.com/support/resources/results.cfm(Please note this is a third party website Intel has no control over the content of this site).

Hope this helps.

rgds,

wb

AvanB
Beginner
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Hi wb,

Thank you.

I will try it in a few days.

I will inform you about the results.

Regards,

Alfred

st4
New Contributor III
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Hi Alfred,

Thank you, hope to hear good news from you.

rgds,

wb

AvanB
Beginner
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Hi wb,

No, I'm sorry.

Yesterday I installed the lastest driver which I had downloaded from Supermicro, but the problem still consists.

Regards,

Alfred

st4
New Contributor III
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Hi Alfred,

Thank you for the update. Please try upgrading the BIOS from the system. Have you also check compatibility with Supermicro to isolate the issue?

Thanks,

wb

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