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Windows Server 2012 R2 is not supported and we cannot guarantee stable functionality with this Windows version.
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Sorry to post here but I cannot find where to ask a question.
Please point me to the correct forum
I have a Lenovo Yoga with Intel dual band wireless-ac 8260
Is there a driver that will work with windows server 2012?
Did you check the manufacturer's (Lenovo) update site? Asked on Lenovo Support forum?
I guess it'll be close to impossible to find bluetooth or WiFi or even suitable ethernet drivers for windows server 2012. It's a server operating system supposed to run on servers in a data center that in no way have wifi.
If you want the consumer counterpart of Windows server 2012, you can run windows 8, windows 8.1 being the consumer counterpart of Windows server R2.
This means w2k12 and w8 share the same kernel, and so do w2k12r2 and w8.1 but this doesn't mean full compatibility between counterparts.
I guess you should stick with Win 10
Thank you Ivan.
I installed Bluetooth driver (BT_18.16.1_64_Win8.1) after the installation of Chipset driver (Chipset_Win7_8.1_10_10.1.1.14) and Management Engine (ME_Consumer_Win7_8.1_10_126.96.36.1996).
But the error message is the same.
It says "it can't run the DLL which is nessesary to complete this installation".
Do you mean we can't install the Bluetooth driver on Windows Server 2012 R2?
But the description of the Bluetooth driver support OS includes Windows Server 2012 R2.
Is that mistake of description of the driver?
This seems to be an issue with the installation package or Windows installer.
Try installing only the wireless driver, you can download it here:
This driver should install the Bluetooth driver as well.
Thank you Ivan,
But this is the same issue with Re: NUC6i7KYK:Way of PROSet/Wireless Profile Import on Windows Server 2012 R2
You moved this my post to the proper support group.
But still, no answer.
The driver was installed with success.
In "Network and Internet" of Control panel, "Intel PROSet/Wireless tool" icon appeared.
That tool asks me "Wireless Profile" file to import.
But I don't have that profile file.
How can I get a profile or how can I create it?
It's the question of Re: NUC6i7KYK:Way of PROSet/Wireless Profile Import on Windows Server 2012 R2
I found this link for you that can help you, honestly I’m not familiar with this type of support but is posible that the information at that link can help you, here is the link:
You can find there how to create a profile for Windows 7 and Windows 8 but it might be similar to other operating systems.
Thank you Ivan,
I checked the link.
But I can't find "Wireless Network Connection Icon" on system bar of my NUC.
To begin with, I can't find any wireless adapter in Network Connection window of the Control Panel.
Do you get an exclamation mark in the device manager, do you have internet connetion? If yes, try to do the following steps:
- Right-click My Computer and then click Properties.
- Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
- To see a list of installed network adapters, expand Network adapter(s). Click to locate the network adapter, and then click Uninstall.
- Restart the computer, and then let the system automatically detect and install the network adapter drivers.
We will support your wireless software/adapter inquiries in the related thread:
Other inquiries specific to the NUC will continue to be handled in this forum.
Thank you Ivan,
In Network Adapter of my DeviceManager window, only Intel Ethernet Connection (2) I219-LM is listed.
It works perfectly.
Two exclamation marks are listed in Other Devices.
One is "Network controller" and the other is "unclear device".
I choose each and delete it by selected righ click menu.
Then restart my NUC.
But the situation is the same.
My NUC seems to NOT be able to find the proper device driver.
Can I install the device driver directry by "driver update" menu on driver tag of "network controler property" of exclamation mark list?
Thank you Jonathan,
But it doesn't help me as I poested at the same thread in 6th.