Where can I get the NIC driver for a HP Proliant ml10 v2?

I'm tired of trying to navigate through the www.hpe.com website. Can anyone provide the link for the NIC driver for a HP where can I get the NIC driver for a HP Proliant ml10 v2 for Windows 7 64?
PAMurilloAsked:
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
It wasn't really built with Win7 64 in mind as the OS but you should be able to use the Server 2008 R2 driver
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX-d3d370f02f284925b5a3e82b88
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PAMurilloAuthor Commented:
@MASQ
No joy. The adapter said it wasn't compatible.
The problem is the goof-ball who originally ordered the server (under-powered & under-spec'ed) is really only good to use as a PC. Hence, my attempt to install Windows 7 64.
Win764 installed correctly, its just I need the NIC driver to do Win updates, etc
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Good to know HPE have all your needs covered! :)
That package should cover the HP 2-port 562SFP/FLR and single port 562SFP (and some others)
And that's what's meant to be inside that box.
Can you go to Device Manager, find the NIC entry with the exclamation point and right-click, Properties > Details and grab the top line from the Hardware ID entry?

The other workaround is throw in a supported PCI NIC to get you online and then let autodetect grab the drivers when you've updated
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PAMurilloAuthor Commented:
@MASQ
Good idea! I'll give that a whirl (certain it will work) and update you.
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arnoldCommented:
repurposing it as a workstation running Windows 7 might be a bridge too far.

See I f repurposing it as something more useful.

What your environment is like, where are there needs,
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PAMurilloAuthor Commented:
@arnold
Its a HP Proliant ml10 v2, with Intel i3 Processor, 8 GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive. No Windows Server or other Windows License. It had Linux Dolphin installed.

@MASQ
Installing the adapter worked (once we could find the damn key panel key)!
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PAMurilloAuthor Commented:
Simple idea, but worked!
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