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!
Yeah I meant 15.3...
I have the 15.2 installed now, no real problems...just wanted the latest.
And I wanted to let Intel know about the newer file being corrupt.
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...
The file seems to be fixed now.
OK, I'll try it. Thanks for letting me know.