After uninstalling LAN Network Adapters from Device manager & reinstalling using plug & play option they appear back in Adapter Settings of Network & sharing centre.But after making Power off of machine they disappears again & red cross sign comes on LAN icon in task bar
Download the appropriate package (32/64-bit) from here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25841/LAN-Intel-Gigabit-Network-Connection-Driver-for-Wind... LAN: Intel® Gigabit Network Connection Driver for Windows 7*/8.1*. Uninstall the previous version and install this version then try your power off/power on test again...
Try with this version, it is Intel® Desktop Board DH61WW for Windows® 7 download validated
thanks for your help,but drivers downloaded from the link which you sent could not solve the issue.still after every restart of machine drivers does not appear in network & shearing centre.Yellow mark in device manager--network adapters.Then every time I have to uninstall it & reinstall them using plug & play option in device manager .
Somehow, the PnP indication is being wiped out. There is something going wrong in the BIOS. I suggest that you do the following:
- Power down the system, unplug from wall and remove the CR2032 battery for 15 minutes. On power up, to into BIOS Setup, set the date and time and then exit BIOS Setup with a save.
- Reinstall the latest BIOS - but this time using the Recovery Method (see here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/000005630.html?wapkw=bios+recovery Recovery BIOS Update Instructions for Intel Desktop Boards and (if necessary) here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005859.html Updating the BIOS to Support 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors).
- Go into BIOS Setup and then use F9 to set the BIOS Configuration to defaults. Then, make any changes to the BIOS configuration that are necessary for your hardware configuration (boot order, etc.) and then exit BIOS Setup with a save.
Hope this helps,
Well, we've exhausted the possibilities. If the board was purchased less than three years ago, you can have it replaced by Intel (contact Intel Customer Support). If its too old, disable the onboard LAN in BIOS and insert an add-in LAN card...
Sorry I didn't have a better answer...
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