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Hi Phanguy, initially I just pointed to the entire folder, I’ve now isolated the relevant files and it’s only importing the one driver i.
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Connection ILM
Did you use the specific driver I mentioned or did you dump the whole folder into your boot image? I have contacted Panasonic and they are saying it is working fine in their Labs Friday, January 17, 4: Thursday, April 17, 6: We will check on this and may i know where you avail windowd the Win PE driver? Sign in to vote.
It would be nice to get the drivers. The funny part is that I owe two different computers wihdows the intel lm, so they would need a different driver in order to work! By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. You need this driver: Office Office Exchange Server.
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM
I was just looking at my notes. It may be that the other user was using a stock boot. Remove From My Forums.
The following networking device did not have a drive installed. We’ve tried various versions including the latest drivers from DELL and the latest drivers from Intel’s download center.
I’m having the exact same issue.
Can’t find NIC driver for systems with the Intel i217, i218, i219 chipsets
winodws Would you be able to provide the download link for e1d62x64? Using the same driver set when given to ghost server in creating its ghost winpe it wouldn’t work, it wouldn’t load, but the same driver set had no problem in windows vista 32 and vista bit pe.
Refer to more detail at http: But what is the correct place?
I can’t find anything that does. Maybe I’m doing the same mistake. I tried loading that driver from the command line with the drvload command but it didn’t work.
Resources for IT Professionals. It sounds like your issue has less to do with the driver and i217-km to do with something else. For whatever reason, e1d62x Tried adding the drivers manually using drvload but still not giving me an IP address. Some of the other drivers could possibly interfere with the boot image.
Same error message over and over again: Friday, January 17, 9: This content has been marked as final. Just FYI, here’s the ones that worked: Possibly the network itself, the WinPE image you have or possibly even the hardware. That should solve your problem.