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Thank you for posting in Wired Communities. The eeprom in the 82577LC is corrupted, you may try re-flashing the EEPROM. As this is an onboard NIC on Lenovo* system, I would recommend you to contact Lenovo* since OEM NIC are support by the system manufacturere. You may refer to the support option for ethernet controller at link below
It is to be noted OEMs may provide custom flash firmware images for OEM network adapters. So it is recommended to refer to the instructions given by OEM system manufacturer.
Below links are provided here for your reference about flash firmware utility. We download the Preboot.exe which contains the image file and create a bootable disk and copy the utility tool and image file in the boot disk. Boot up the system using the bootdisk and run the command in the Dos mode. However as mentioned to ensure the correct image is re-flash please get in touch with Lenovo as they are in better position to support and check on the hardware aspect of the onboard NIC.
1) Upgrade, Enable, or Disable Flash with the Intel® Ethernet Flash Firmware Utility
2) Bootutil command and how it works
With regards to the error 10 code, please try update the driver from Lenovo*.
Hope the above information help.