Find More Posts by CC I’ve now tried to load the driver manually as suggested with no luck Originally Posted by seth Tried to do the things with power, but i still have the same problem. They all seem to work great on other computers. Hard Drives Seagate Barracuda, I think.
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This is a replacement motherboard by the way. Apologies if this has been posted elsewhere and I have missed it.
Nice help, had the same problem on an Asus “Server” Board. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. I might add that I have only in the last week updated the driver for the network adapter and the problem was still there when I updated it.
I put in a new hard drive different brand with a clean OS install and the only other program installed was outlook.
Find More Posts by Brink. Can you try the driver that was posted here?: What I’ve tried to fix this is: Remove From My Forums. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Marvell Yukon Driver Hi, Just wondering who else has a Marvell Yukon network controller and are you happy with the new driver changes?
There is a chance that it won’t and that’s when the annoying part comes.
Problems with Marvell Yukon 88E PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller
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I did a list of installed vib’s and it is listed as d with the following properties:.
Grateful for any thoughts. Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Hmm, sorry to hear it. Remove Allow The computer to turn off this device to save power. I should add that I am using ESXi 5. The time now is Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. If I’m lucky this will work until I move my computer, but it’s not garuanteed.
OH I forgot to write that I have tried different ones. Go to Power management Tab. And to the other guy I can’t remember his name and I can’t seem to quote you from here but it’s not my modem. If it can help, I did a list of the properties of the PCI hardware.
Uninstall the driver currently used then boot your system into Safe Mode with Network, install the most updated one.