I have a NUC8i3BEK2, running driver version 18.104.22.168 on Windows 10 Home version 21H1.
A few months ago it started feeling laggy when browsing like the ping was abnormaly high, and eventually it became unusable. Now it still connects, says its gigabit speed, but it barley loads websites. I was able to run a speed test, after waiting for 4-5 minutes. It came back as Ping 28, 0.13 down and 150 up. I have a 500/500 fiber connection. Ping usually hovering around 3-4.
I have tried updating the drivers trough intels websites, no luck. I have swapped my ISP issued unbranded router for a Ubiquiti AplifiHD. Which made no differens. I have tried swapping cables and ports. No luck.
I've tried reading up on the issue, but non of the sollutions seems to solve my problem. The ethernet port worked fine for about have a year before it started giving me trouble.
Updated the bios from 0088 to version 0089. I tried this once before. But that was before 0089 was released. Hadn't thought to check for a new one. So far it seemed to have solved the problem. I'm currently getting Ping: 3 and around 360 up and down.
I have the same problem as above. And I-219V + (26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 driver all = failed Hardware Test/Interrupt Status
However, my downloading experience is bad, it has intermittent links and frequent crashes when downloading large files, shows NETWORK_FAILED. And it's significantly slower to open web pages than my laptop. My desktop is actually better configured.
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Define new. It's a NUC8i3BEK2 that was purchased in June 2020.
I have made no hardware changes since I built it. I have made no software changes other than automatic updates like windows updates.
It happens at home.
I'll post a SSU report as soon as I have time. Hopefully tomorrow.
I suggest you download and update your system with the latest LAN software and drivers. The package is available for download from here: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/download/645997/intel-ethernet-lan-network-connection-driver-for-windows-10-for-intel-nuc.html?wapkw=NUC8i3BEK,
Hope this helps,
If you delete a version, you could end up with a previous version - perhaps one downloaded via Windows Update. Completely disconnect your PC from the Internet (including via wireless) while doing this. If you then uninstall and it continues to show the device, then uninstall again (this time from Device Manager instead of Apps & Features). Always follow an uninstall step with a reboot (keeping Internet disconnected). After reboot, check again (and loop through the uninstall process until the device has no driver). THEN, install the new version.
Hope this helps,
I looked at your SSU report. According to the entries for the i219-V, you installed the driver while running Windows 10 19H1, yet you have upgraded to 21H1 subsequently. Since Microsoft has a poor track record when it comes to screwing up both wired and wireless installations, I am even more convinced that you need to do the complete uninstall and reinstall of the stack. Again, keep uninstalling and rebooting until the i219-V has no drivers and only then installing the latest version.
I also recommend doing this for the wireless stack while you are at it, since it is screwed up by these Windows 10 upgrades even more often.
Hope this helps,