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I have a CAYS and the NIC is working just fine. I have seen no dropout. Have you tried replacing/upgrading your LAN cables?
If this continues, you may want to get the unit replaced. If this is your intent, contact Intel directly to initiate this process. Here is geo-based contact information:
Hope this helps,
Thanks, good to know that you are not having the same problem! I was a little worried that my unit was faulty and have contacted the shop I purchased from for an exchange.
Nevertheless, I was playing about today, and tried several things:
1. Uninstalled the Realtek driver provided by Intel -- still having the same symptoms
2. Installed all updates from Windows Update -- I had Windows 10 1607 installed initially
3. Reinstalled Realtek driver provided by Intel
I'm surprised that it's now working. It's been a couple of hours now and no drop outs yet, even rebooted a couple of times in between! Fingers crossed I won't be needing an exchange.
What OS were you running? I'm now wondering if the driver required the windows updates before it would play nice.
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Perfect, excellent, it is great to hear the NIC now is working properly, hopefully it will not show this problem again.
To re-install drivers is something that we always recommend in order to try to fix this problem.
Another step if the problem persists is to do a BIOS update to the latest version of the NUC, just in case here is the information of how to do it:
BIOS update using the F7 method:
And this is the .BIO file needed:
Any further questions, please let me know.