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OK, in doing some research, it seems I need the following software for Windows XP:

JSpit2
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Was speaking with Mike, and he did ask me to contact him if I needed more help, which is what I am now doing..

OK, in doing some research, it seems I need the following software for Windows XP:

Intel82579LM Gigabit Network Connection Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) Driver

Hopefully you can send me that file so I can get my IPv4 working using YOUR Internet hardware and software..

 

 

 

Hopefully you can send me that file so I can get my IPv4 working using YOUR Internet hardware and software..

 

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AlHill
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XP has not been supported for more than five years.

 

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JSpit2
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Well, I PAID for your PCB and software - so, why can’t you provide me what I am asking for??? I do not need to hear that XP has not been supported - I know that - so, you gonna use that as an excuse to not get off your butt and get me the software I need?? Geez, everybody has an excuse these days...
AlHill
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I am curious as to why you still need XP and have not moved forward with the rest of the world. You are only 17 years behind. The few users I deal with all have an excuse for using XP.

 

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JSpit2
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Because I am an old fart 80+ years old, and do not like the modern day crap!!
AlHill
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I wish you the best of luck, as there is no support if you have problems.

 

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JSpit2
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Well, you happen to be wrong!!
AlHill
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Mike_Intel
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Hello JSpit2,

 

If you are referring to the Windows XP driver for 82579LM, you may download this driver to the link below:

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/18717/Network-Adapter-Drivers-for-Windows-XP-Final-Release...

 

As stated on the link, this is the final release as Windows XP is a legacy operating system.

 

If you have questions, please let us know.

 

Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support Technicians

A Contingent Worker at Intel

JSpit2
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Michael, thanks for your help in this - but, when trying to install this newer version, it says the older version cannot be removed.. Is there some way I can manually un-install it? Thanks,, Joe
Mike_Intel
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Hello JSpit2,

 

Can you share to us how did you try to install this driver?

If you have questions, please let us know.

 

Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support Technicians

A Contingent Worker at Intel

JSpit2
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Michael, OK, here are screen shots of the install process - and why it did not work.. Thanks for trying to help me out in this.. Joe
JSpit2
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JSpit2
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OK, hope you get these - I guess your system does not accept attachments in email messages - something you should get fixed..

Mike_Intel
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Hello JSpit2,

 

Looks like the screenshots was not uploaded. Can you try to attach the screenshots again?

If you have questions, please let us know.

 

Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support Technicians

A Contingent Worker at Intel

JSpit2
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Here you go - I have them in my sent email - so I’ll attach it as well..
JSpit2
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I attached the wrong email - so, here is the correct one.. Sorry about that..
Mike_Intel
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Hello JSpit2,

 

I am sorry, there is no attachment visible in this thread. Can you go to this forum thread and attach pictures?

 

https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00004PQx7mSAD/ok-in-doing-some-research-it-seems-i-need-the...

 

By the way, at the moment, we have 2 forum threads with similar inquiry. Is it okay if we can close the other thread and focus on this one?

 

If you have questions, please let us know.

 

Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support Technicians

A Contingent Worker at Intel

JSpit2
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OK- Mike - I sent the screenshots from your website. And yes, go ahead and close the other thread. Curious - see if you get the screenshots in this reply.. [cid:4D8AC382084244518EDB6B6FBD0A2896@SHOPDESK] [cid:10D841D73AEA4C60B9EA3EA763DE776D@SHOPDESK] [cid:BA78B61383F1431D975F8DA0238B0155@SHOPDESK] [cid:24E843CB23B14CF5A3C9CCA276B52B26@SHOPDESK] [cid:C6EAABED7CA24AEA8F41F62F823F2029@SHOPDESK] [cid:15380E0B3A5C4735997C92F0DA4C7C06@SHOPDESK] [cid:B2282154D32C497EB00EE788E03284CB@SHOPDESK] [cid:3F4D298FBC1E43858F35BFA98E0BC1EE@SHOPDESK]
n_scott_pearson
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Your screen shots are in your previous reply, which is attached to a previous point in conversation because you used the Reply button instead of entering it in the Write an answer... box.

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JSpit2
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I have no clue what you are talking about.. I just did what I was told to do by the Tech I was talking with..
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