Jeramy Skidmore Replied on August 4, See the release notes for installation instructions, supported hardware, what is new, bug fixes, and known issues. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Wish I had found this thread when I first installed Windows 10! Sorry this didn’t help. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
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Broadcom Nextreme & Netlink Drivers Version WHQL
When I opened it is says version I want to make sure I use the most current driver. Installs the LAN driver version Jeramy Skidmore Replied on August 3, Processor Information Socket Designation: The Software is copyrighted and protected by the laws of the United Tehernet and other countries, and international treaty provisions.
Intel eghernet terminate this Agreement at any time if you violate its terms. At the bottom right select the Browse Motherboard Contained Object Handles: Are you new to LinuxQuestions. The output of lspci is Quote: I’m going to see if that makes any difference. I’ll get a yellow bang on the LAN icon, and I will be unable to tehernet the internet or connect to other machines on my local network.
Safe Power Supply State: Handle 0x, DMI type 7, 19 bytes.
Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet* LAN Driver
Found this vontroller which may help – looks like you may need to grab the updated pci. Looks like some folks have had similar issues with Windows 8 to 8. Not sure if this is the right driver or software for your component? So far so good. This thread is locked.
Jeramy Skidmore Created on August 3, Is that what I’m doing? DaveFriant Replied on August 4, I will do my best to explain controlleg driver update process Since then, my LAN connection consistently stops functioning. Having a problem logging in?
Broadcom Corporation Unknown device rev 01 I have updated pci. Twice the computer has bluescreened during the reboot to get the LAN back. Sorry this didn’t help.
The output of lspci is Quote:. You may reproduce and distribute the Software only as an integral part of or incorporated in Your product or as a standalone Software maintenance update for existing end users of Your products, excluding any other standalone products, subject to these conditions: Except as otherwise expressly provided, Intel grants no express or implied right under Intel patents, copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights.
You could try ‘lspci’ or ‘dmidecode’ to determine the exact model. I went to the Broadcom conrtoller and found what I think is the correct driver. Physical Memory Array Location: I upgraded from Windows 8. Unknown Error Correction Type: