Hello Intel Forum. I am posting here only because I ran out of things to do. It is literally the only one problem I have with my computer and it really annoys me. So, everytime I start my computer, I use Windows 8, my ethernet network adapter won't start. Code 10, of course. Disabling and enabling in Device Manager solves it, so it can't be hardware problem. But then again, next time, Windows boots and it is back. I tried everything. Updated Windows 8, tried lots of different versions of drivers, updated BIOS, changed settings in BIOS, but nothing helps. Seriously, how is it possible for Intel to make such good processors and fail at making simple nonfaulty NIC. I used and repaired lots of PCs and I have never experienced this kind of problem with ethernet adapter.
Thanks for help.
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z77-V
Ethernet: Intel 82579V Gigabit Network Connection
OS: Windows 8