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Windows 2012 r2 issue with "intel gigabit vt quad port server adapter"

Posted on 2014-10-16
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I am looking for drivers for this card. It looks to only be supported up to 2008. I got the name from HP. I did some research and found the device name to be 82571eb. Is this supported under 2012 r2?
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Question by:Larry Kiterling
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get the 2008 drivers, extract the files into its own folder, then, go to device manager, find card and set it to install from the folder you create preferably on your desktop. then point to it to install the driver it will, then bark at you that it is not signed, click continue any ways, enjoy
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2012 ended up having a default one. its odd but oh well.
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