Intel Driver , almost impossible to find, help please.

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Intel Driver , almost impossible to find, help please.

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Ok i have a intel motherboard that has the intel 82801DB Lan Controller, Ive checked MSN, Google, YAhoo, and networkdrivers.com and driverguide.com but i cant find the driver. It comes up with intel pro 100 network. Any Ideas?

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Try out Everest and check whats your Motherboard, now you can search the motherboard vendor // type - and you find out some drivers

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According to the Linux PCI ID repository, it's either a PRO/100 VE or a PRO/100 VM (PCI IDs 0x1039-0x103e, vendor id 0x8086 - Intel). Any generic PRO/100 driver should work. I have an 82801BA on the other computer, also a PRO/100 VE, and the generic PRO/100 driver works like a charm, on both Linux and Windows.

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ill try it, thanks for the info

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oh wait, my model of my Mboard is

Intel D845EPT2 with 82801DB Lan controller.

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Post by empireum »

So what about trying your luck here then?:
Intel Driver page for this board

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Yeah from memory all the Intel network controllers have a generic driver... or a few generic drivers. If your still having no luck with all your stuff send an email Intel's way. They'd be able to help you.

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Post by s_nd »

at device manager, upgrade the specific hardware. (search for new hardware if it doesnt show on the list) use the manual method and ask to choose from a list of drivers. work your way around and try some generic drivers there.

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