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The most likely cause is no supported network connection exists on this platform. If you can no longer get driver support from your computer manufacturer, you can download generic Intel drivers.
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Downloads for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet PHY
The information applies to the following network connections: Contact the manufacturer for the latest updates and technical support information. Computer vendors provide technical support.
Broadcom USH, saved at No they are not needed to get an internet connection but those are the Hardware IDs you posted. Post the very first Hardware ID so we will be able to tell what Device you are talking about. Gigabt to the log, it fails with: I’ve tried to Install an Intel network driver for my laptop. The full configuration is at: Just wondering because intuitively I wouldn’t guess these were connected.
Installation was not successful. Once, I turned in on there, Windows automatically installed the required drivers.
Intel® DM/DC Gigabit Network Connection Support
Please ask if further info is needed. Where can I find product briefs, datasheets, application notes, design guides, and other developer resources? Where can I get technical support? If you do not want to install the other ones that is fine. It should list all your network adapters. If you require a response, contact support.
Sign up using Email and Password. Fine the Network Adapters, to the left of it, click the arrow.
It said it installed nothing since no network connections existed and no Intel connectipn were found. Sign up using Facebook. Did you find this information useful?
Support for Intel® 82566 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
Could you share of what it says there, also can you share your model of computer you have as well? What’s that supposed to mean? Device Manager lists three 3 devices with exclamation mark signs. In passing they mentioned that maybe there was an issue with the network adapter itself or with its plug that connect it to the mainboard.
Does this apply to my network connection?