ntel(R) gigabit network adopter needs further installation?! PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_10f0&SUBSYS_00008086&REV_05...... can any one help? Intel for unknown reason does not recognise the original Intel adopter in my computer! hence i have difficulties connecting to internet.
Thank you for contacting Intel.
In order to point you to the correct driver, please provide additional information below:
1. Computer or Motherboard Model:
2. Operating System:
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Thnx 4 ur prompt reply. Info u requested r as follow:
Motherboard: Intel DP55WG
OS WIN 10
Additional info r as follow:
processor Intel(R) core(TM)i7 CPU
BIOS version Intel Corp. KGIBX10J.86A.3206..........
Network adopters Intel(R) 82578DC Gigabit Network Connection
Modem that PC is connected to "NETGEAR 300WiFi Modem Router with built in ADSL2"
PC does not start with modem connected as PC make one beep then three consecutive beeping! modem disconnected computer can be started, however with no connection to the net while modem is connected; message "Network adopter needs further installation"! reboot computer with modem connected, computer starts and connected to the net!?
Thank you for your information.
The Intel DP55WG Motherbaord and 82578DC Network Connection do not have Windows* 10 drivers. However, here are the few fixes you may try:
1. Update Windows* 10 hot fix:
2. Try installing Windows* 8 Driver:
Hope the above recommendations will help fix your network connection.
Oh, sorry to hear that. Would you like to troubleshoot the system further? I can move this thread to our motherboard support.
yes please. the network connection due to continuous boot & reboot has costed me a power unit and now the computer does not start!? is there a remedy that u can provide for me to start my computer?
You have a legacy product; according to the list of supported Operating system, there are no divers for Window® 10 using this board.
To better understand could you please explain me, this part of your comment: (the network connection due to continuous boot & reboot has costed me a power unit and now the computer does not start!)?
Every attempt to start my computer resulted in one beep with three continuous beeps! Remedy was to disengage modem and reboot till I get computer working. As the problem persisted more "boot & reboot" were required to get the computer started. I eventually encountered with continuous beeping problem & and despite all attempts computer by itself was performing a loop "boot & reboot" ?! so I was told by computer maintenance guy that power unit has to be replaced. after replacing power unit at a considerable cost, few days later the problem resurfaced with beeping sound again. I am now despite all my attempts unable to even start the computer!
I suggest you to test your computer using one memory stick at the time, in both slots; also if you could try with another stick would be great.
Please let me know the outcome.
I have tried this technique before to no avail! I have swapped memory sticks places. "pls note I have 4 memory sticks" total 25 GB RAM . I have also taken out battery from mother board, have rested it for 10 minutes before putting it back in its place! However, I took your suggestion on board, and took 4 memory sticks out and started computer with one memory stick to no avail.
I welcome any other suggestion, and thanking you for your help.
I suggest you take a look into the following links, and follow the troubleshooting steps there.
No Boot Processor and Memory Issues for Intel® Desktop Boards:
Troubleshooting No Boot Issues for Intel® Desktop Boards:
Let me know if it helps you.