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WINPE 4.0 NIC drivers for Toshiba Portege Z30-A (Intel I218-V)

Posted on 2014-02-13
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Hi,

I hope someone can help. I'm really struggling to get the NIC working for this machine in WINPE 4.0. I've added the drivers supplied by the manufacturer for Win7 x86, Win7 x64 and Win8 x64 but still the NIC is not picked up in WINPE either x86 or x64. Can anyone point me in the right direction for this? I can attach the drivers I have downloaded to this ticket if that helps. Thanks in advance.
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by:☠ MASQ ☠
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These are the drivers you'll need

If you've already got them and it still doesn't work this is more about troubleshooting your WinPE setup.
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Hi,

The WinPE setup is fine because other laptops work ok. I now have working x64 and x86 drivers for the machine. The link you gave me contains the first drivers I tried but to get it to work, I had to use an older version (18.5)
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Useful tip - bookmarking this one - thanks
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Had to download older versions of the drivers.
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