Yes, I have the same problem. I just installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit a few hours ago and I'm downloading my drivers and installing them. I'm getting the same error message that the driver is currupted and to download again. I did and the same error message. It's version 15.3 and not 5.3 though. I have an Intel DX58SO motherboard. When I use the automated Intel driver detection application is says the following:
Product Detected Intel(R) 82567LM based Network Controller(OEM)
Current Driver Installed 10.0.2.2
Newer Driver Available: 10.1.9.0
File Size: 19.614 MB
So, why is it saying I have driver version 10 instead of 15? Unless that's the driver that Windows 7 installed and that's creating this whole problem. Maybe I need to uninstall the driver 10 version first?
Also, what is the Marvell Raid driver for? I thought the Raid chipset on this motherboard was Intel? Thanks for your help and time!
I'm having the same problem - my network connection on the DP55WG is having issues with sleeping on Win7 64 as well, has resulted in heaps of wasted time, after a sleep the only way to get network working again is a hard power off to the main board. Is there any way to email intel directly there seem to be a heap of people with similar issues and it appears nothing is being done... can't see myself buying an Intel board again...