Missing VLAN tab after windows 10 upgrade

Good afternoon all,

I upgraded my work laptop over this weekend from Win 7 to Win 10. When I came into work this morning I found that I can not access the management VLAN.

My Intel i127-LM has no VLAN tab. I looked this up and sure enough I need to upgrade the driver. No problem, logged on to intels site, downloaded the Win 10 driver and ran it.

The install continual freezes at 3/4% complete. Have downloaded the install three different time, ran it from different location as administrator with no luck.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I fix this? I can not do my job until I can access the management VLAN from this laptop.

thanks
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newmanmeNetwork Administrator\EngineerAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Normally, you should be able to extract setup and do the installation manually directing device manager to use the inf file.
Kash2nd Line EngineerCommented:
newmanmeNetwork Administrator\EngineerAuthor Commented:
This has to be some sort of bug they haven't seen yet for windows 10, intel that is. The advanced properties page will work for a short period then do nothing just locking up the device manager.

Anyway, I have it working but I am not happy with not knowing when it is going to fail. Since this is a laptop, I can't just turn it off and get another card.

Hopefully intel will come up with a fix.

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newmanmeNetwork Administrator\EngineerAuthor Commented:
not really a solution, just had to uninstall and reinstall about a hundred times
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