That is why i stumbled on this website. So I followed the instructions, but switched out the drivers for the latest ones and the OS for Hyper-V I looked around a bit for PowerShell commandlets to manage devices, and found this from This is no where to be found in all the infs i went through. Deployed Hyper-V from scratch.
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That is why i stumbled on this website.
Support for the Intel® 82579 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
The drivers that are installed with Server are from Can confirm this solution works with: I copied your inf wholesale and it works, but unfortunately my speed is a fraction of what it should be in Kbps, yikes. My whole week has been one instance of this after another.
For now I need to get on with other things, but I will return to this and update nsis blog with what I discover. On an internet connected machine: Ran through same successful procedure as I used on the GUI install used same modified.
Ran pnputil -d against all 3 and then repeated the whole install process.
Support for the Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Downloaded and extracted inte 7-Zip. If so, you could try using pnputil to remove those first. For now, I will use this environment to get what I need done.
Leave a Reply Ndi reply Your email address will not be published. Hopefully once everything is installed things will be back to normal. Deployed Hyper-V from scratch.
Intel lm Ndis 2 Driver – epiapplications
So I followed the instructions, but switched out the drivers for the latest ones and the OS for Hyper-V I was pulling my hair out! I wiped the drive and installed Server 2K16 Datacenter and then applied the modified driver.
These are the required lines. I neis this same process successfully with earlier driver when I originally installed 2K12, but no joy this time.
Install copy locally the CoreFig files: I looked around a bit for PowerShell commandlets to manage devices, and found this from No wait, I can. That is very peculiar.
Purchased SSD wanted another one anyway. It ended up looking like this: On the Hyper-V machine: I came up with these links: Do you have any previous attempts at installing the drivers on the system already? Thanks a lot for sharing your solution!
Your email address will not be published. Correct on the previous driver install artifacts … pnputil -e showed entries for my last 3 attempts.
OK, I was able to resolve this using the CoreFig tool. I will look further. About 2 weeks ago i had server r2 and all was fine.