Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Ethernet PHY quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more. Go to device manager and see exclamation point on 82579v Intel Gigabit Network Connection; try to download new drivers and no dice. Click on Check for Hardware Changes, reactivates network connection and all is well at this point.
I've just finished installing a Z77A-GD55 motherboard and had a problem where the Intel 82579V network controller wouldn't start after a cold boot. Device manager would show “This device cannot start' (code 10) error”. After a reboot it would work every time. During the time it didn't work the adapter was incorrectly shown in device manager as 82579LM. There's an older thread about this issue but the fix described there were of no help with my problem. After a lot of searching I found Intel has provided a fix for people having this issue after sleep mode so I gave it a try and it seems to work for my issue too, so far anyway.
So if anyone else is having this problem with the same Intel network controller I suggest giving this try. Go to the Intel Download Center and search for 82579V. Select the first result entitled 'NVM Update Utility for Intel® 82579V Gigabit Ethernet PHY Network Connection' and follow the instructions.
Code: Device cannot start (code 10)In order for the device to work, whilst in device manager, I must uninstall the driver and then scan for hardware changes. Doing this re-installs the driver and the network card will connect to the network. I'm running an Asus P8Z77-V with a Intel Core i7 3770K and a Corsair 16GB DDR3 Vengeance. The on board network card is an Intel 82579LM. I have already updated the BIOS to the latest version, and I have tried installing the latest drivers from ASUS and Intel directly with no luck. Interestingly I only will get this error on a cold boot, if I sleep or restart the computer I do not get this issue, and the network card connects automatically, which is why I'm thinking its probably a software/driver issue.
Just wondering if anyone else has any further ideas to try and debug this? Update the network driver. First, download the network card driver from manufactuer's website, Then reinstall the driver: • Click the Start Button, type 'devmgmt.msc' (without quotation marks) in the Start Menu Search box and press Enter. • Double click to expand 'Network adaptors'. • Right click your network card and click Uninstall. • Check 'Delete driver software for this device' check box, click OK. • Restart the computer • If windows does not auto configure the appropriate drivers at startup, install the downloaded one manually.
If it does not work, Go for a. Let us know the results. I have followed your previous advice, and I'm still having issues from a cold boot. I haven't bothered doing a System Restore, because I have had this problem since the first time I installed windows, so I can't see the point.
Interestingly when I searched for my device on the intel downloads page there was a to which I have downloaded and ran using the instructions. The first time I ran it a BSOD appeared - DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION - after restarting the machine I ran the same tool again, this time no BSOD was given but it said that 0 products needed updating. I've attached the log and the report from running that tool and the mini-dump of the BSOD. Thanks in advance.
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