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Windows 10 automaticly installs network adapter

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5 minutes ago, jurian123 said:

I am afraid you have to go back to Windows 7 ultimate for that to work.

yeh thats what i did last year, i was hoping that they would have fixed it by now.  ah well. windows7 is still better than the rest. atleast i have my "free" key now before they stop providing upgrades

Hi.

 

I just upgraded my Win7 Ultimate system to Win10 Pro.

 

Previously i had manualy installed the network driver for my system to make use of the Vlans SNMP etc. ofcouse now win10 likes to use its own driver and my network setup for the pc is broken. I need the Vlan support back.

 

Im running a Asus formula V motherboard with a Intell 82583V network adapter.

 

I have turned off automatic driver download via the control panel > control panel > System > Advanced system settings > Hardware > Device installation settings. "selected No"  and rebooted.

I again go in to device manager and uninstall my network adapter driver.  seconds later windows 10 re-installs the dam thing. even after not refreshing the list and running the manual driver installer again the driver re-appers and i can not manualy install the driver as i have a "newer" one installed by windows 10.

 

I have also tried the netcfg -d  command to remove the drive also. It removes it and then re-installs it again.

 

I am now about to boot in to safe mode and try to do it that way.  If anyone has any ideas i would be gratefull, i have allready spent a few hours on google, its driving me insane

 

Thanks.

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18 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

it should only retry to install the driver if there is a cable plugged into the NIC.

try:

uninstall in device manager

dont reboot

install the driver you want

then reboot.

?

this worked to a degree. but i have not got any where becuase " Note: Creating Intel ANS teams and VLANs on Windows® 10 is currently not supported. As a result, when created, teams and VLANs do not pass traffic. We expect that ANS will be supported on Windows 10 client in a future release.  "

 

Thanks intel and windows 10

 

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I am afraid you have to go back to Windows 7 ultimate for that to work.

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57 minutes ago, KTFO|SGTmoody said:

Hi.

 

I just upgraded my Win7 Ultimate system to Win10 Pro.

 

Previously i had manualy installed the network driver for my system to make use of the Vlans SNMP etc. ofcouse now win10 likes to use its own driver and my network setup for the pc is broken. I need the Vlan support back.

 

Im running a Asus formula V motherboard with a Intell 82583V network adapter.

 

I have turned off automatic driver download via the control panel > control panel > System > Advanced system settings > Hardware > Device installation settings. "selected No"  and rebooted.

I again go in to device manager and uninstall my network adapter driver.  seconds later windows 10 re-installs the dam thing. even after not refreshing the list and running the manual driver installer again the driver re-appers and i can not manualy install the driver as i have a "newer" one installed by windows 10.

 

I have also tried the netcfg -d  command to remove the drive also. It removes it and then re-installs it again.

 

I am now about to boot in to safe mode and try to do it that way.  If anyone has any ideas i would be gratefull, i have allready spent a few hours on google, its driving me insane

 

Thanks.

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5 minutes ago, jurian123 said:

I am afraid you have to go back to Windows 7 ultimate for that to work.

yeh thats what i did last year, i was hoping that they would have fixed it by now.  ah well. windows7 is still better than the rest. atleast i have my "free" key now before they stop providing upgrades

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6 hours ago, KTFO|SGTmoody said:

yeh thats what i did last year, i was hoping that they would have fixed it by now.  ah well. windows7 is still better than the rest. atleast i have my "free" key now before they stop providing upgrades

Hahaha. 

 

Use your free key wisely :3 

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