hi Mark,Thanks for your reply, I read discussion issued by akl and Paulo Ramos and Paulo seems give an method to solve his problem as following, is that suitable for our condition? (it seems akl didn't solve his one) http://communities.intel.com/thread/4197?start=0&tstart=0Besides, how about install this adaptor on Vista 64bit OS?I've tried "PROWin32.exe" for Vista 32bit --- failed while "e100ndis4.exe" for Vista 32bit --- succeeded
Hi TScott and Daniel,
Let me just send a big THANK YOU for your great help on this. IT'S WORKING!!!
In resume, for the Intel drivers to work on Windows 2008 R2 RC and Windows 2008 Core R2 RC this is what we need to do:
1- Download the PROVISTAX64_v14_0.exe drivers and extract them to a temp folder
2- Using ORCA MSI Editor, open the PROSETDX.msi and remove all entries that reference CA_VERIFY_RIGHT_MSI or CA_CHECK_FOR_ADAPTERS_IN_SYSTEM. Save it.
For Windows 2008 R2 RC
3- Update NIC driver using drivers on the temp folder. In my case, for the 82566DM-2 nic, I used e1e6032e.inf.
4. Execute "PROSETDX.msi" and follow setup
5- Use nic configuration VLAN tab to manage your VLANs
For Windows 2008 Core R2 RC
3. Execute "PROSETDX.msi /quiet /qn"
4. Use VLAN-*.VBS scripts in "Program Files\Intel\..." to manage your VLANs
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The only Windows driver I found for your device is NDIS 4 for embedded Windows XP*. You can try installing that driver with the use disk option, but I doubt that this driver will work with 64-bit Windows 7.
I cannot think of anything else for you to try.