Hi. I just upgraded my pc to win 7 home premium 32-bit. And my network card is Intel(R) 82562v-2 10/100 Network Connection(driver version 184.108.40.206) What is the latest driver version for this card? I tried to perform a driver update and my system says i'm using the latest version already. I also tried to search for the lastest version on this site. But i couldn't find any. If there's a newer version, can somebody post a link for me to dl? Thanks.
I realize this issue was put to bed over a year ago, but I just performed a clean install of Windows 7 and have run into the same problem with this network adapter and the driver. The driver is still ver 220.127.116.11 and Windows 7 says it's the latest and greatest. When I click on the link in your answer that should direct me to a newer driver, the page is no longer available. And I can't seem to find ver 18.104.22.168 (or a more recent one) in the download area. Please advise, and thanks. (I have no network connectivity at all from the PC I upgraded and everything was fine before I ran the W7 install.)
Sorry to hear you are having trouble finding the latest driver. Download and run Network Adapter Driver for Windows 7*. This is the new link for the latest drivers.
For anyone who finds a broken download link for Intel drivers, you can usually find what you need with a search from the Download Center home. Most driver packages cover multiple devices, so you will usually find the results with a generic search. For example, I searched for Windows 7 network driver to find the latest driver package.
I'm running Window 7 32-bit using an 82562V-2 card with driver version 22.214.171.124. I just ran the Intel System Identification Utility and confirmed this. But when I downloaded the "Network Adapter Driver for Windows 7", PROWin32.exe and ran it, it reports "Cannot install drivers. No Intel(R) Adapters are present in this computer."
I just downloaded the PROWin32.exe package and checked the driver. The Intel(R) 82562V-2 Network Connection is listed in the driver information file.
A generic version of your DeviceID (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_10C0) is in the driver information file, so I am not sure why the driver will not load. Windows might think it has a better match to a longer number. The 1028 part of the hardware ID shows that this is a Dell version of the device. Unless someone else reading this has an idea, you might need to get help from Dell to sort this out.