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    Intermittent Network Card Problem

    Hi
    I have a intel gigabit network adapter (on motherboard) that is exhibiting some strange behaviour and not loading.
    From a cold boot the adapter does not load returns "driver cannot load code 10 error" The drivers load on a warm reboot and the computer connects to the network. We have lots of machines with this network adapter in and they are working fine.When the device fails I have pinged 127.0.0.1 and it works but pinging the switch returns PING: General failure. The device is not getting a IP address (even APIPA). The switch is opening up the port fine.
    I updated the latest drivers from intel and same issue occurs. We have had this issue occur more than once and engineers have replaced the motherboard.
    Totally confused
    Dazza
    Last edited by dazza007; 9th May 2013 at 09:33 PM.

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