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Release Notes Related Drivers Message 4 of 9. The article to implementing this whitelist can be found here:. However, computer original equipment manufacturers OEMs may have altered the features, incorporated customizations, or made other changes to the software or software packaging they provide. There is an entry for an Intel chipset in this document, have you run into errors using this board?

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IntelĀ® 82567 Gigabit Network Connections Support

The Connection Failed Test Details: Hope someone has heard of these symptoms. Most Active Hardware Boards: I have exactly the same error with my Dell Optiplex Are you able to connect to the internet, wirelessly, perhaps?

I tried this Driver: Intel or the computer original equipment manufacturer OEM may not provide technical support for some or all issues that could arise from the usage of this generic version of software drivers. Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. Thanks a lot in advance, kind regards, Thomas. Message 4 of 9. I’ll have to do some research to see why the NIC isn’t recognized when the document says that the is supported.


Please enter a title. Posted April 7, Please let us see: Posted March 4, It’s confusing because the chipset should be supported but the USB Utility doesn’t seem to Message 8 of 9.

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The Network driver does not load because the startup-configuration don’t know the new driver 1. Dmitry Kushak on Mar Message 7 of 9.

You don’t have JavaScript enabled. Apologies for the inconvenience. He installed a wireless adapter and declared my net card must be bad.

There is an entry for an Intel chipset in this document, have you run into errors using this board? Thomas, I am surprised “xe pif-scan” did not work – can you provide the exact output? I’ve tried drivers from Intel site and HP site.

It has nothing to do with wireless. We are working on a fix. Contropler 9 of 9. While installing “Ubuntu 8. Sudo make install outcome is: Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.


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LabVIEW Real-Time includes support for a ethernet whitelist, to add chipset support for chipsets that have not been tested. One option is to re-install a later version, 9. But it is dog slow. Posted March 5, I can only tell my experience: