I can’t really complain, as I find Win10, frankly, ugly. This site in other languages x. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Then, this morning, the client reported that the server was down. But I’ll give the suggestion ago, I m going to run with the Intel Nic for a while longer, but since switching I haven’t had the issue and its been running for a few hours now.
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In the end what fixed it was uninstall the dell network driver, reboot so the Microsoft drivers are used, delete the nics in device manager reboot. Still, would be nice to future-proof by having the latest OS, but I’ll make do in the meantime: For the rest of the day, and the day after, no issues.
Thats good news Matt. I deleted the dedicated virtual switch and disabled the second NIC. Broadcom x Gigabit Integrated Controller.
No Network Adapter showing
I have dual-prt reported this to dell last year so if you log a call with them they should have it on their support database. Tuesday, July 6, 7: Unfortunately this did not resolve the problem for my client.
I realise that there is little manufacturer support from Dell for consumer Windows versions, with the T being server hardware, but hoped that the third-party driver would work. If I update the driver with the windows-installed broadcom netxtreme gigabit, it warns me, installs driver, and I get the hardware listed under Network Adapters, but with an exclamation mark. Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Fiber. Remove From My Forums. Monday, July 5, 2: Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet.
Andre Da Costa Replied on January 20, Allied Telesis Gigabit fiber Ethernet. Trouble is I have 4 more servers all R’s to be loaded up with w2k8r2 and I don’t want to go out an buy another 4 Intel Nic’s. I’m going to try the Broadcom drivers today, but I thought I’d add a the following: I might put an old win7 disc in and see if I have more luck.
HP Ethernet 1Gb 4-port i Adapter. Office Office Exchange Server.
Allied Telesis Fiber Ethernet. I had one of them power-cycle the Dell switch and everything came back. I can’t really complain, as I find Win10, ethenret, ugly. The issue I and others were having is lost of network connection, as well as connections to shares, you can’t even ping anything beyond local host. I’ve got two years on Win7 before I have to make a decision! Allied Telesis Mb fiber Ethernet – extended temperature. Should I try to find another driver, or is there a workaround to get windows to recognise it as a network adapter?
Network is fine on Win7, straight out of the box. I drove over and the physical computer was online but the VM was not.
w2k8 rs losing connection to network (DELL servers broadcom NIC’s)
Monday, July 5, I had a similar issue when I was testing out Windows Server on my laptop, even though it and Windows 10 share the same code base, it lacked support for many hardware components in my laptop.
Broadcom NetXtreme Fast Ethernwt. Then, this morning, the client reported that the server was down.